Bloody clashes in Western Sahara following UN envoy visit

Bloody clashes in Western Sahara following UN envoy visit
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I have a close friend who lives in Tanger Morocco. Over five years, the salary he has been paid wouldn't even qualify in our country as poverty. No it would be lower. Their cost of living goes up, and salaries stay down. Finding work as in a second job is near impossible and yet this would be the only hope a man could have at meeting the needs of his family. My friend is proficient in five languages, has certifications to teach elementary school children, and can not find work equal to his education.

I have a hard time understanding why anyone would try to interfere in Moroccans gathering in protest of their poor economic issues. They are a monarchy run country. Morocco sees much in terms of tourism and many Moroccan men and women have life skills in cooking, farming, pottery and others as well that we in America would see as favorable income to help a family in Morocco. However, the majority are under the thumb of the monarchy so they never even have a chance to try and raise themselves out of their poverty-stricken lives. I say its high time Moroccan citizens raise their voices so they can be heard and hopefully bring about much-needed changes.

lightweaver1213 (not verified) Sat, 10/26/2013 - 00:52

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