Country Update

January 2011
Political Risk Yearbook: Morocco Country Report;2011, pU-1
Country Report
A political risk report for Morocco as of October, 2010 is presented. It notes Moroccan officials' positive reaction to the United Nations Security Council's approval of a resolution that extends the deployment of a peace-keeping force in the disputed Melilla territory through May 2011. The country will reportedly experience medium-term risk to stability if the government's anti-terror efforts target mainly moderate Islamist organizations.


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