Moroccan lawmakers have proposed a bill in parliament this week for a new law criminalizing the disturbance of academic exams.

A new law proposed in parliament this week would impose a prison sentence of 1 to 3 months and fines from MAD 2,000 to MAD 5,000 on anyone who attempts to prevent an academic examination process.
A new law proposed in parliament this week would impose a prison sentence of 1 to 3 months and fines from MAD 2,000 to MAD 5,000 on anyone who attempts to prevent an academic examination process.
Margot Eliason is a writer at Morocco World News.