Rabat - A somber expression on her face, head bent towards the microphone, Basima El Heqaoui’s revelation echoes loud and clear in the parliament. “I am in favor of fatherhood DNA tests,” she says. An announcement that would have been revolutionary, if it wasn’t meaningless for the Moroccan family law.

Minister of Family Wants Paternity DNA Test, Still Needs Courses in Family Law
Amira El Masaiti is a Morocco World News correspondent in Rabat.