The September 8 elections testify to the “maturity of democracy in Morocco” (Ambassador)
Rabat – The general elections of September 8 bear witness to the “maturity of democracy” in Morocco and mark a crucial stage in the construction of the Morocco of tomorrow under the enlightened leadership of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, the ambassador extraordinary said on Tuesday. and plenipotentiary of Japan in Morocco, Shinozuka Takashi.
In a statement to MAP, Mr. Shinozuka Takashi said he was “very impressed” by the organization of the last ballot which was characterized by transparency and “this is also an appreciation that was shared by the community. international “.
Welcoming the “exemplary” progress of this electoral meeting, the diplomat affirmed that Morocco will remain for Japan “a privileged partner in the MENA zone and on the African continent”.
Mr. Takashi also expressed Japan’s readiness to work together with the new Moroccan government.
The legislative, municipal and regional elections were held on September 8, posting a participation rate of 50.35% at the national level.
In the legislative elections of September 8, first place went to the National Rally of Independents (RNI), followed by the Authenticity and Modernity Party (PAM), the Istiqlal Party (PI) and the Socialist Union of Popular Forces (USFP).
HM King Mohammed VI had received, Friday at the Royal Palace in Fez, Mr. Aziz Akhannouch, president of the RNI, whom the Sovereign appointed head of government and charged with forming the new government.
Last modification: September 14, 2021