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In Morocco’s election last week, the major Islamist party won again. Here’s what that means.

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Adria Lawrence speaks about about the recent elections in Morocco on this week’s Project on Middle East Political Science (POMEPS) podcast with Marc Lynch, “The outcome isn’t really surprising, though very few people expected a big surprise. The PJD [Party of Justice and Development, a moderate Islamist-oriented party]  took more seats than its rival.”

Adria Lawrence is Associate Professor of Political Science and a research fellow at the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies. Her research reflects her expertise in the politics of the Middle East and North Africa.

Listen to the full conversation above.

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