Rabat - The political earthquake that hit Morocco on October 30, 2016 following the death of the fishmonger Mohcine Fikri in The Amazigh/Berbe city of Alhoceima can have dangerous consequences in the near future if the root causes are seen to. The political elite and the establishment must, at once, draw the necessary conclusions from this dangerous tremor bearing in mind that the stability of the kingdom is at stake and the renowned “Moroccan exception,” in the Arab world, is in jeopardy.

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Dr Mohamed Chtatou is a professor at the University of Mohammed V in Rabat.