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Mémoire et réconciliation au Maroc

Khadija Mohsen-Finan
Politique étrangère
Vol. 72, No. 2 (ÉTÉ 2007), pp. 327-338
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42716584
Page Count: 12
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Abstract

La mise sur pied par le roi Mohammed VI d'une instance Équite et réconciliation vise à faire la lumière sur les violences des « années de plomb », et à accompagner l'ouverture politique du régime. Mais la focalisation exclusive sur les évenements et sur les victimes, sans qu'il soit question de désigner les responsabilités – celle de L'État au plus haut niveau – et les coupables, limite la portée de ce processus voué à débarrasser la monarchie de son image autoritaire. The creation by King Mohammed VI of an Equity and Reconciliation Commission aims to shed light on the violence of the "years of lead" and to accompany the political opening of the regime. But the exclusive focus on the events and the victims, without assigning the responsibilities—notably of the state at the highest level—and the culprits, limits the impact of this process, which aims to change monarchy's authoritarian image.

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