Rabat, Morocco (TMT)– The secretary-general of the Unified Socialist Party (well known under its French acronym PSU), Nabila Mounib said that the Federation of the Democratic Left, a coalition of three left-wing parties, will not make any coalition in the opposition with the Party of Authenticity and Modernity (PAM) as this party does not have any agenda to fight corruption or plans for more democracy in Morocco, stressing that their agenda is to fight the Party of Justice and Development.
“The PAM does not care about the lack of democracy in Morocco, and they do not fight corruption,” Mounib said.
“The PAM is more into fighting the PJD party,” she added.
“Political parties in Morocco should have been discussing the 102 seats this party got, including the means they employed to get this number,” Mounib said.
“The FGD will wage a fierce and independent opposition to foster democracy and fight corruption, far away from Morocco’s administrative parties,” Mounib further said.
“It is true that we only won two parliamentary seats, but on the ground, behind each of our parliamentarians, 20 activist will be supporting him from backstage,” Mounib stressed.
The Moroccan Times.