Religious policy in Morocco: Not a matter of public opinion but rather a royal business
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In the framework of its program » Rule of law & the independence of justice » , Hypatia Institute publishes, in May 2015, a Critical Study on the Moroccan Press Draft Law. The study signed by Dr. Ahmed Bouachrine, a Moroccan writer and researcher in political studies.The study is in Arabic with executive summaries in English. […]
In its framework of empowering young researchers, Hypatia Institute publishes two working papers in April 2015. The first paper title is » the link between the domestic law and the international law in the Moroccan constitution ». The second paper discusses » the dynamics of migration in the MENA region after the Arab uprisings ». The studies […]
In the frame work of its program of rule of law, Hypatia’s journal publishes a study on the upcoming legislative election in Morocco written by Dr. Ahmed Bouachrine. The study is a critical analysis to the Moroccan election process and laws; it questions the foundations, the outcomes and the impact of a non-democratic process on […]
The Makhzen: Definition, Origin and Continuity under the Motto Authenticity and Modernity Rabat: Wijhat Nadar n° 38 / December 2008 (Arabic).
The Sacred Monarchy and the Illusion of Change: The Case of Moroccan Kingship Rabat: Wijhat Nadar n° 42 / October 2009 (Arabic).
The Administrative Bureaucracy, its Drawbacks and Potential Reforms Rabat: El-Alam, 1st part: 15-4-2001 n° 18594 / 2nd part: 16-4-2001 / n° 18595 – 3rd part: 17-4-2001 / n° 18596 (Arabic).
The International Media Society, Microscopy of North-South Relationship Rabat: Al-Alam, Part 1: 1-8-2001 / n° 18703 – 2nd part: 2-8-2001 (Arabic).