Hassan II of Morocco

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  • An Analysis Of The Military Justice System

    the Makhzen) or the monarchy specifically.” As far as this analysis and the corresponding research shows, it was unlikely to happen; especially since the solidification of the monarch’s power under Hassan II would have encouraged the top brass of the military to express their opinions on the issue of political reform. Additionally, and succeeding the “constitutional reform period of 2011-2012,” the monarchy had also “limited the military’s power further by initiating a process of military justice reform.” Explicitly, the military justice system can “no longer try civilians and military personnel caught in common crimes (such as corruption) do not have the advantage of being tried by their own institution, for obvious reasons.” Furthermore, organizations as the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) reports, “the official anti-corruption strategy does not include mention of the Royal Armed Forces, the military justice measures indicate…

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  • European Imperialism In Morocco

    Morocco seems to draw the portrait of its relations with the European Union and Sub-Saharan African countries including the African Union over the Western Sahara issue. Accordingly, the Moroccanism component of the postcolonial Moroccan national identity is preferred to Europeanism and Africanism when it comes to the Western Sahara issue. But a more important point is that Moroccanism was a strong component not only for Western Sahara but even after the postcolonial period. In an article,…

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  • Feminism In Morocco

    According to Nadia Yassine, a famous opposition figure in Morocco (Spiegel International, 07/03/2003), “the history of the women’s movement in the West has unfolded completely differently from here. It is based on other traditions and pursues different goals” (McKanders 2014: 167). Although the term “feminism” in its Western sense is often apply, these women seek out “to define their own form of feminism that promotes women’s rights within their own particular Islamic context and are, generally,…

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