International Reports

Constitutional Reform and Constitutional Reality in Morocco

by Dr. Ellinor Zeino

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
Demokratisierungstendenzen im Maghreb
International Reports
October 14, 2013
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