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n Africa Conflict Monitor - Fishmonger's death sparks threat to king's regime : North Africa - regional analysis

Volume 2016, Issue 12
  • ISSN : 2311-6943

Abstract

Morocco's King Mohammed VI cleverly side-stepped an Arab Spring uprising by offering partial government reform that broadened political representation. If Africa's last absolute monarch of a significant country hoped these reforms would be a permanent barrier against democracy, popular dissatisfaction expressed on the streets provided a glimpse of reality.

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