Morocco's ruling party faces wave of resignations over 'drifting principles'

Two senior ministers from Morocco’s ruling Justice and Development Party announced their resignations this week, amid complaints that the party has drifted from its founding principles. Idris Al-Azmi, the head of the National Council of the party in Morocco, announced his resignation from the presidency of the council and the general secretariat of the party, citing what he called a deviation of its values on which he was raised. “I have decided to submit this resignation because, unfortunately, I no longer tolerate nor comprehend, nor can I explain or accept what is happening within the party…

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