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Le Maroc, l’Union du Maghreb Arabe et l’intégration régionale

Abstract : Morocco's current concerns are essentially economic and social in nature and thus the question of regional integration is not a priority. This research has shown that the main priority is rather to implement reforms that promise to improve the living conditions of the Moroccan people. Regional integration is therefore seen more as a possible means to achieving such reforms. The economic reforms so needed remain pending in part due to the Kingdom's underdeveloped democratic political system. Democracy is clearly associated to the country's level of economic development, but not to the resolution of the Western Sahara conflict, which now appears to concern and affect the Algerians far more than the Moroccans.
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Luis Martinez, Alexandra Poli, Kamel Cheklat, Hatem Ben Maimoun, Maria Rendon, et al.. Le Maroc, l’Union du Maghreb Arabe et l’intégration régionale. 2008. ⟨hal-03473705⟩



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