Rabat, Morocco (TMT)- Morocco’s National Council for Human Rights said in a press communiqué that at least “31 national organizations, including 6 international ones” will monitor Morocco’s on-door parliamentary elections.
This will bring the total number of monitors to at least 4000 ones, according to said source.
The organization will assess the conduct of the whole election process on the basis of national legislation, as well as international election standards.
Amine Sebbar, the head of said council, said that “from the around 4000 monitors, 91 are foreigners.”
“The will independently monitor the overall conduct of the elections,” Sebbar stressed.
The Moroccan Times.