Morocco is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the accession to the throne of King MohammedVI. Dignitaries from all over the kingdom came to renew their allegiance to the king in... - 31.07.2009, StarPulse
King MohammedVI of Morocco is making changes to the country's Constitution, that could transfer more power from the monarchy to the government. Some Moroccans are sceptical,... - 17.06.2011, France24EN
28.11.2011 [Telegraph.co.uk] - The legislative election comes less than five months after a July referendum overwhelmingly approved a new constitution proposed by King MohammedVI as autocratic regimes toppled in nearby Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya. The amended constitution gives
22.11.2011 [TrustLaw] - A woman holds a placard sign reading "Power for the people" during a demonstration after the King MohammedVI announced proposals for constitutional amendments in Casablanca June 19, 2011. REUTERS/Macao By Maura Ewing (WOMENSENEWS) November 21--
21.11.2011 [Reuters AlertNet] - Here is a timeline on Morocco since King Mohammed came to the throne: July 23, 1999 - King Hassan II dies from a heart attack and his son MohammedVI ascends the throne. Nov. 30, 2001 - The king leads Friday prayers in Smara, the spiritual capital of
18.11.2011 [Africasia] - ... and to the wells that are already operational, large quantities of water will become available," said Abdelilah Mdidech, the director of the programme to safeguard the oasis, steered by the MohammedVI Foundation for the Environment.
25.11.2011 [Middle East Online] - MohammedVI certainly deserves the title of "exceptional King" should he succeed in providing the model of Arab monarch with a parliamentary democracy in the Arab world and the Middle East on 25 November, but with conditions! Says Rowaida Mroue.
25.11.2011 [Middle East Online] - King MohammedVI and his guests were later on briefed on two tourism development projects to be implemented in Ouarzazate (530km south-east of Rabat) and Oukaimden, near Marrakesh. The first project to be carried out in Ouarzazate, a world famed
04.11.2011 [Middle East Online] - In Morocco, King MohammedVI's promised reforms – that included allowing prime ministers to dissolve the House of Representatives and choose their own cabinet – are giant steps when compared to the modest political reforms of his peers in the Gulf who