• General 21.02.2017

    They say that the new Magna Carta announced by Mohamed VI aims to give a constitutional aspect to an absolute monarchy. Summon a national demonstration for this Sunday. Political parties give you the warm welcome to the new Constitution. The movement February 20, claiming democratic changes in Morocco, said Saturday that the new Magna Carta announced Friday by King Mohamed VI aims to provide a constitutional aspect ste to an absolute monarchy and convened a national demonstration for this Sunday. This youth movement Najib Chauki activist said that the new Constitution gives wide powers to the legislative, Executive, security and religious King in the fields. Chauki explained that the monarch retains its powers in the draft of the new Constitution that allow you for example to preside over certain institutions or appoint and dismiss senior officials belonging to the different powers. In addition, Chauki criticized that the King can dissolve Parliament, something that It was considered as an intervention in the legislative field.

    The activist concluded that his movement rejects a granted Constitution and claimed a Magna Carta democratic, in form and in content, that establishes a clear parliamentary monarchy. On the other hand, the same movement Munaim Musaui activist explained that most of the new powers of the President are not true but formal because, according to the new Constitution, he is obliged to consult the King before executing them. The draft Constitution, which must be approved in rrendum next July 1, transferred part of the powers of the King to the Government and the Parliament and recognises the official status of the Berber language. However, Mohamed VI will remain the j of the Army Commander-in-Chief and the highest religious authority in the country. Protests of the movement movement 20 of February brings together young people who convened the first mass protests in Morocco that day, in part through Internet the wave of Arab revolts, to request the establishment of a democratic Constitution and the dissolution of the Government and the Parliament.

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