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First Year of Islamist Government in Morocco: Same Old Power, New Coalition

AuthorsDesrues, Thierry
Coalition government
Issue Date2013
PublisherInstituto Europeo del Mediterráneo
CitationAnuario IEMed del Mediterráneo 10: 170- 173 (2013)
AbstractOn 3 January 2012, Abdelilah Benkirane, Secretary General of the Justice and Development Party (PJD), unveiled his government. On 13 December, Abdessalam Yassine, founder of the Justice and Charity movement, considered the most serious opponent of the Moroccan monarchy, passed away. Neither of these events led to catastrophe. The formation of a coalition government, albeit one presided by the Islamist Benkirane, is an unprecedented experience that marks the culmination of the institutional normalisation of a sector of Moroccan Islamism that began twenty years ago. It moreover offers the opportunity to determine the true ideological orientation of the PJD and its management capacity in office. At the same time, this experience puts to the test the division of powers between the Head of Government and the Monarchy one year after the popular demonstrations that led to the reform of the Moroccan Constitution, in which the young members of the Justice and Charity movement played an important role.
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