Three Moroccan Opposition Parties Urge Gov’t to Present New Electoral Law
Three Moroccan opposition parties have urged the government to present the country's new electoral law at the earliest possible date, reported the official Maghrebe Arab Presse (MAP) on Monday.
The parties also urged the government to make public the electoral districts ahead of legislative elections slated for 2002.
The three parties are the National Democrat Party, the Popular Movement and the Constitutional Union, said MAP.
The three parties also insisted on the holding of the elections on the scheduled date, expressing disappointment at the coalition government's call for a possible delay, according to the agency -- Albawaba.com
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