New York - Today eligible Moroccan voters are set to vote in early legislative elections. This election stands to be historic for a myriad of factors. It is the first election against the backdrop of the newly reformed constitution and it will be held at a critical juncture for not only Morocco but also other Arab countries. These elections take place at a watershed moment in recent Arab history marked by the spirit of pro-democracy movements.

Democracy in Morocco: Boycotting the Elections is Not an Option
Adnane Bennis is a national of Morocco, obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Computer and Information Science from East west University in Chicago.