Morocco's overwhelming approval of a new constitution granting new
rights to women and minorities was met with scorn by some democracy
advocates and hope by foreign policy experts that the reforms could
become a model for Arab monarchies facing uprisings.
Morocco said the reforms proposed by King Mohammed VI
were approved by 98% of Moroccans who took part in a vote Friday — the
first Arab nation to hold an election since the "Arab Spring" protest
movement swept the region.
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