Former PM calls parties not to spend money on elections
Abderrahmane Youssoufi, former Moroccan Premier and leader of the Socialist Union of Popular Forces (USFP) on Tuesday called on the kingdom's political parties to adhere to a moral charter banning the use of money in elections, The MAP reported.
Youssoufi, who was speaking at a meeting in Rabat, said the local elections would be hold on September 12, and will mark a decisive stage in the perfection of the kingdom's democratic alternation, started by the USFP and its allies in 1998.
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