The King’s good intentions

Much of Morocco's wealth is concentrated in the hands of the royal family and an exclusive elite. Yet one of the country's paradoxes is that, despite everything, the monarchy enjoys a good reputation, in the West and at home. Its political longevity seems to stem from an ability to contain discontent through a 'top-down' reform process, closely supervised by the king.


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