Moroccan King Vetoes Islamist Decisions

  • Middle East Newsline
  • May 15, 2012
CAIRO [MENL] -- King Mohammed has begun vetoing decisions by Morocco's new
Islamist government.
The king has taken measures to restrict the authority of the Islamist
government of Prime Minister Abdul Ilah Bin Karine. In the latest move,
Mohammed fired the president of the nation's broadcast authority, which
sought to ban advertisements for gambling supported by Communications
Minister Mustapha El Khalfi, an Islamist.
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