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Author Hamzawy, Amr

Title Party for Justice and Development in Morocco : participation and its discontents / Amr Hamzawy
Published Washington, DC : Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2008
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Description 1 online resource (27 pages : digital, PDF file)
Series Carnegie papers ; no. 93
Working papers (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) ; no. 93
Contents Introduction -- The institutional and political context -- The PJD's priorities in Parliament -- Impacts of PJD participation in the political process -- Elections and the postparticipation debate -- Conclusion
Summary Morocco's leading Islamist party, the Party for Justice and Development Party (PJD), is facing growing disillusionment among its supporters after moderating its policies but failing to gain greater influence over policy. Focusing on economic and legal reforms-- advocating the redistribution of power in Morocco's restricted political environment-- failed to gain it greater political influence and opened it to accusation from more hardline Islamist movements of compromising their religious commitments for political advancement
Notes "July 2008."
Title from PDF title page (viewed on March 16, 2010)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (page 23)
Notes Mode of access: Internet from Carnegie Endowment for International Peace web site. Adobe Acrobat Reader required
Subject Ḥizb al-ʻAdālah wa-al-Tanmiyah (Morocco)
Ḥizb al-ʻAdālah wa-al-Tanmiyah (Morocco)
Politics and government
Morocco -- Politics and government
Form Electronic book
Author Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Middle East Program