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October 28, 2016Re: Bill 103-13 combatting violence against women
 Dear Mr Hakim Benchamas,
 We write concerning the revised bill on combatting violence against women (Bill 103-13), which the government adopted on March 17, 2016, and the House…
Abdelilah Benkirane Prime Minister Kingdom of Morocco Rabat, Morocco   Dear Mr. Prime Minister: As you know, Morocco again stands as a candidate for a seat on the United Nations Human Rights Council in elections on November 12. Under UN General…
To: All Members of the UN Security CouncilRe: MINURSO Renewal Dear Ambassador, Human Rights Watch urges the Security Council, when it votes on renewing the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara (MINURSO) this month, to extend the…
Mustapha Khalfi
 Minister of Communication
 Rabat, Morocco
 Dear Mr. Khalfi:
 Human Rights Watch wishes to convey its congratulations on your appointment as minister of communications.…
Taïeb Charkaoui Minister of Interior Quartier administratif Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco   Your Excellency,   I write this letter to call your attention to the case of Abdelkrim Mouti’, one of the few remaining political exiles from “the Years of Lead” whom…
His Excellency Ban Ki-Moon Secretary-General United Nations Re: Human Rights Monitoring in Western Sahara and in Camps in Tindouf, Algeria Your Excellency: Our organizations, Human Rights Watch and the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice &…