International Reports

Constitutional Reform and Constitutional Reality in Morocco

by Ellinor Zeino-Mahmalat

Between Monarchical Stability and Democratic Renewal

The striking pace of the constitutional reform of 2011 was due in part to the fact that the Moroccan kingdom had undergone neither a social revolution nor a violent changeover of power and therefore did not have to overcome a difficult transition phase. Furthermore, the reform was a “royal project”. Ultimately, the purpose of the changes to the constitution was to prepare Morocco’s monarchy for the future and create “stability through reform”. Ellinor Zeino-Mahmalat
International Reports
July 19, 2012
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International Reports
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