Human Rights In Morocco
Morocco’s human rights record is mixed. On the one hand, Morocco has made considerable improvements since the repressive Years of Lead under King Hassan II's reign (1961–99), but under his modernizing son, Mohammed VI, there are still complaints about abuses of power. This article deals with Morocco and not the disputed Western Sahara. See Human rights in Western Sahara in that regard. Morocco administers 80% of the territory, hence Moroccan law applies to its "Southern Provinces".
Read more about Human Rights In Morocco: Democracy and Elections, Freedom of Expression, Political Persecution, Freedom of Religion, Police and Army Reforms, Capital Punishment, 2006 CIA Black Site Controversy, Human Rights Organizations and Bodies, Historical Situation, International Treaties
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