Moroccan king holds firm after call for less power
RABAT Feb 21 (Reuters) - Morocco's King Mohammed said he will not cede to "demagoguery" a day after thousands of Moroccans took to the street to demand he gives up some of his powers to a newly elected government. [ID:nLDE71J06Q]
The monarch, speaking after he chaired a ceremony for long-awaited appointments of members of a Social and Economic Council, said that building an effective democracy should go hand in hand with sustainable human development.
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