July 19, 2024
A world champion of full-contact and kickboxing in the Moroccan political ring
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A world champion of full-contact and kickboxing in the Moroccan political ring

While Abdellatif Jouahri, the wali of Bank Al-Maghrib has another opinion on the political struggle.

Moroccan Diaspora and Constitution: Political participation of Moroccan Diaspora: an option ruled out in 2021?

Mustafa Lakhsem found the solution. Well done, Champion!

For Moroccans around the world, Mustapha Lakhsem, since it is about him, embodies the hope for a change in the future parliament of the kingdom.

Mustafa Lakhsem is one of the great champions who have left their mark on full-contact and kickboxing at the world level. Endowed with an innate potential, combined with his professionalism, this child of Amazigh immigrants, born on September 19th, 1972, in Hanau in Germany, but who remains faithful to his Moroccan origins and ardently defended the Moroccan colors, was several times champion of the world of kickboxing and full contact.

Nicknamed “The Helicopter”, or “Tiger of the Rings”, he has collected a multitude of national, European and world titles.

Resolutely royalist and committed.

Mustafa Lakhsem is a committed sportsman. For the moment, the party he has chosen does not exceed the level of booster strength … It is not the most important to him. For him, the goal is simple: to put sport at the service of education and health, two conditions for healthy and productive youth. And a bulwark against delinquency, violence, and extremism in all its forms.

Lakhsem looks resolutely to the future, denounces a corruption “which blocks sports projects carried by Moroccan powers abroad” and condemns the ministerial bureaucracy and the patronage of certain sports federations.

As a social actor, who does not hesitate to put his image and his means at the service of the youth and the underprivileged fringe of the Moroccan population, Mustapha Lakhsem has given the example of the “citizen champion”.

MRE and Constitution: Political participation of Moroccan Diaspora: an option ruled out in 2021?

It should be remembered that articles 17 and 18 of the Moroccan Constitution guarantee the right to political participation of Moroccans around the world in legislative elections and give them the possibility of standing as candidates in elections at the level of lists and local, regional, and national electoral constituencies… And that the speeches delivered by HM King Mohammed VI on several occasions unambiguously reaffirm the full citizenship and the rights to the participation of MREs in national institutions and in the management of public affairs in their country of origin. And that the political parties continue to advocate for the activation of article 17 of the Constitution which allows Moroccans residing abroad (MRE) to participate in the elections as voters and candidates.

Therefore, by opposing the participation of Moroccans around the world (about 5 million people), the government of Saad Dine El Othmani, not only failed in its mission of good governance and justice, but also showed its inability to respect the prerogatives of the Constitution.

Abdellatif Jouahri, the wali of Bank Al-Maghrib has an opinion on the political fight. Who has an interest in proving him right?

The latest outing from the central bank governor is edifying.

The issue of the political representativeness of MREs was raised during consultations on electoral reform without result. Responsibility for the veto and this injustice is shared by several actors, some of whom have been the subject of a frontal attack and “offensive” remarks by Abdellatif Jouahri about the parties.

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