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What the minister has done!

The scandal, in brief, broke out when a policeman arrested the week before last Moroccan Minister of Communication Khalid Naciri’s son for assaulting and stabbing a motorist in front of the parliament building in Rabat. Soon after learning of his son’s arrest, the communication minister showed up personally at the scene. "Are you going to let the boy go, or should I do my work?" is the threat, according to eye witnesses, the minister used to force the policeman to release his son. As a result, the policeman had no choice but to set Naciri’s son free in disapproval of the citizens who observed the incident. For more details, watch the video.
Right after I finished watching the video, I came to the following conclusions.
What the communication minister has done shows beyond doubt that all Moroccans are equal, but some Moroccans are more equal than others.
What the communication minister has done means that Moroccans whose family members are ministers or senior officials are above the law.
What the communication minister has done is a clear sign of the fact that something is rotten in the kingdom of Morocco. What the communication minister has done deals another blow to the image of Morocco abroad.
What the communication minister has done means that those who pass laws are still the first to break them. The communication minister is an example in point.
What the communication minister has done is the kind of news some Algerian and Spanish newspapers are looking for.
What the communication minister has done means that he’s among those whose interests and privileges will be in danger if the North African monarchy becomes a place of democracy, freedom of expression, human rights, and equality before the law.
What the communication minister has done is what Amnesty International and Transparency International focus on to write their reports on human rights abuses and corruption in many countries around the world, including Morocco.
What the communication minister has done shows that Moroccan ministers throw stones at others though their houses are made of glass. Think of Khalid Naciri’s sharp criticism of Transparency International reports.
What the communication minister has done is an example of what happens behind closed doors.
What the communication minister has done shows that human rights abuses are among the trivialities Khalid Naciri has no time to waste on.
What the communication minister has done is what made the majority of Moroccans lose faith in the elections.
What the communication minister has done means that Comrades in Morocco turn their coats soon after they become VIPs.
What the communication minister has done is among the means some terrorist networks employ to sow the seeds of terrorism.
Lastly, what the communication minister has done shows beyond doubt that today’s Morocco is no different than the Morocco of yesteryear. In other words, reforms in Morocco are only a varnish. Underneath it lies the same old Morocco!
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0 #1 you rock Jamalfares marwane 2010-06-02 07:42
Put my name there. You have hit the nail on the head!
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