Marocco Pledge

RABAT — Morocco’s King Mohammed VI vowed yesterday to press ahead with reforms, including strengthening the independence of the judiciary and battling corruption, in a speech to mark 13 years on the throne.
“Justice, regionalisation and territorial governance are among our top priorities,” he said in the speech broadcast live on state television.
But equally important are the provisions “of the new constitution, relating to good governance, the fight against corruption and social and economic development.”
The king said the “major transformations” that had swept North Africa offered a “historic opportunity” to revive the dormant Arab Maghreb Union.
“Morocco will pursue its efforts to reinforce its bilateral relations with all its Maghreb partners, while also responding to the pressing and legitimate aspirations of the people of the region.” — AFP

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