RABAT, Morocco (AP) -
Once seen as a threat to this North African kingdom, Morocco's Islamist
party may now be key to the government's credibility.
The opposition Islamist
Justice and Development Party is poised for a strong showing in Friday's
legislative elections -- the second elections prompted by Arab world
uprisings this year. Facing a protest movement calling for a boycott of
the vote, Morocco's rulers are ready to embrace the once-feared PJD to
restore confidence in the system.
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