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What are the civilizational means with which can claims be achieved in Morocco?

Through political parties
Through the workers\' trade unions
Through civil associations
Through popular protest movements

 

 
Like UK, North African countries should they leave Arab Union ?

After having voted to leave the European Union in the referendum of June 23th 2016, despite the great benefits that offer Europe, what do you think of the North African countries, should they leave the Arab union?
Yes, North African countries should leave the Arab union
No, North African countries must stay in the Arab union
I do not know
 

 
Does the Souss region of Morocco, will forever remain an electoral reservoir for pan-Arab political parties, Islamists or nationalists?

The Souss region of southern Morocco is considered until now, the Moroccan biggest electoral reservoir. All political parties who were able to acquire the heart of the inhabitant’s region come to power without rival. Indeed the region have high population density and high dispersion population rate all over Morocco through trade, which is one of the region specificities. In the past, the region was electorally very generous with the pan-Arab political parties, the Socialists in particular. Today the region has given his entire electoral generosity to the new pan-Arab political party of the Muslim Brotherhood said PJD. If the first were the above expectations, the second simply humiliated and stigmatized them several times through the head of the government itself.

In this new context, do you think that the Souss region will forever remain an electoral reservoir for pan-Arab political parties, Islamists or nationalists?
Yes, Souss region will forever remain an electoral reservoir for pan-Arab political parties, Islamists or nationalists
No, Souss region will never remain an electoral reservoir for pan-Arab political parties, Islamists or nationalists
I don’t know
 

 
Morocco: Participation in elections in a context of exclusion of Amazigh reference political parties, is a participation in change or is the Amazigh discrimination consecration on their own land?
The participation in elections is an act of participation in change
The participation in elections is an act of participation in change of these Arabo-Islamic parties so they could adopt the Amazigh reference
The participation in elections is act of consecration of discrimination of amazigh in their own land.
I do not know
 

 
What should the Morocco government prohibit: the film that unveiled the arab sexual tourism or this kind of tourism itself?
The Moroccan government should prohibit the film that unveiled the Arab sexual tourism
The Moroccan government should prohibit the Arab sexual tourism itself
I do not know
 

 
What is the immaterial capital of Morocco?
Arabism is the backbone of the immaterial capital of Morocco
Islam is the backbone of the immaterial capital of Morocco
Islam Maliki the backbone of the immaterial capital of Morocco
Amazigh is the backbone of the immaterial capital of Morocco
I do not know which the backbone of the immaterial capital of Morocco is
 

 
After the West and the Est criminal silence in front of the massacres of Amazigh of Algeria (kabyles, Maza, Chaoui..) have they another choice than civil disobedience?

September 3, 1999, just days after his first election, President Abdelaziz Bouteflika made ??his famous speech in Kabylie capital where he says, "and I came here burst your balloon. The Amazigh would never be official, it would never be official, and I want to say that"
In winter 2001, the Algerian gendarmerie made a huge massacre of Amazigh of Kabylie.
A few months before the end of the 3th Mondat, Algerian police again accompanied this time with Chaamba Arab civilians massacring Amazigh of Mzab region in Ghardaia town.

Three days only after his 4th election, the Algerian police made again among a big massacre of  Amazigh of Kabylie to mistreat peaceful demonstrators gathered to celebrate the 34th anniversary of the Amazigh spring .

The Algerian government has made ??this choice at the time that its Moroccan neighbor chose to leave his Amazigh celebrating the same anniversary in Rabat. At the time of the massacre, the information circulated quickly in the ranks of protesters in Rabat and the manifestation quickly chanted his slogan "Algerian government assassin"

Now the question that arises is: in front of the West and the East criminal silence of those massacres, have Amazigh of Algeria another choice than the civil disobedience?

Yes, Amazigh of Algeria have another choice: to continue the submission to the Arabo-Islamic ideology
Yes, Amazigh of Algeria have another choice: to put their fate in the hands of Allah
No, Amazigh of Algeria have only one choice: civil disobedience
I don't know
 

 
Who really struggle against corruption in Morocco, the old woman Ibba Ijjou or Abdelilah Benkiran ?

After the famous story of the fight against corruption in Morocco of the president of the Moroccan government and its Islamist PJD party, which began from "the fight against corruption the top priority of the party once in power" until the announcement to Al Jazeera TV of the president of the government of "Total amnesty to corrupts people, and those of them who return back to corruption, god takes care of their judgment and not the Moroccan government". More than that, Mr Abdelilah Benkirane even announced in parliament that he has evidence of those who have been involved in corruption, referring to the former minister of Istiqlal party inculpate by the press, but refuse to act in justice!

On the other side , in front of the court in Tiznit town, after losing her house, thrown into the street by justice and Mafia land, a simple cry of injustice from his deep heart in Amazigh language of a simple old Amazigh woman called "Ibba Ijjou" (my aunt Ijjou in Amazigh ) had succeed to wake up the hearts many outraged. Another time the whole town organizes a very big manifestation of indignation to denounce corruption.

In your opinion, on the the symbolic, psychological and political plan, who actually in Morocco fight against corruption the old woman Ibba Ijjou or Abdelilah Benkirane the president of the government?
It's Mr Abdilalh Benkirane who actually fight against corruption in Morocco
It’s the old woman Ibba Ijjou who actually fight against corruption in Morocco
No one of them fight against corruption
I do not know
 

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