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Morocco

Population: 35.27 mn.
GDP: $103.6 bn.
Debt: $46.26 bn.

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Electoral arithmetic

The Islamist PJD is not exactly in freefall but unexpectedly close elections in September could trigger difficult decisions for King Mohammed

Moroccans will vote in September in general elections that are far from a foregone conclusion. Expected for months to emerge as the biggest party, the 'moderate Islamist' Parti de ...


Parties turn to the young guards

As parties vie for votes, much emphasis is placed on younger politicians. Leading Istiqlal's charge is the young trio of Equipment and Transport Minister Karim Ghellab, ebullient H...


A new-style monarchy

M6 is relaxing his grip on politics, opening prospects for rebranded Islamists and others

Under King Mohamed VI, power in Morocco has become more fluid, leaving open prospects for an increased role for different Islamist and politically secular players. Change is in the...


Long-term agenda

The Parti de la Justice et du Développement is back in politics, with a message it intends to be acceptable to a majority of Moroccans. After the Islamist bombings in May 20...


Collision course

The new Pan-African Parliament has already made an impact. As it opened in Midrand on 16 September, Pretoria established diplomatic ties with the Polisario Front's government-in-ex...


Saharan box of tricks

As Saharan independence threatens, Rabat digs up its box of tricks

King Mohammed VI has woken up to the realisation that Morocco's campaign to impose its sovereignty over Western Sahara has entered a dangerous new phase. For three decades, the for...


Rabat's regional security web

As it tries to regain some of the initiative in the struggle for Western Sahara, Morocco will seek to pull in debts from several West African and other states with which it has lon...


Basri's heirs

A new generation of security chiefs responds to the Islamist challenge

A new security elite has finally risen to the top in Morocco, buoyed up by popular demands for security and more incisive government. This comes three and a half years after King ...


Crises to come

Whoever governs Morocco faces daunting social problems and the challenge of creating a more responsive political system. In two decades, Fes has fallen from third-ranked economic...


Ties that bind

Having given sanctuary to late President Mobutu Sese Seko, Morocco is maintaining close ties with Joseph Kabila, some of whose intelligence and close protection agents are being...


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