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Moroccan election 'has been rigged'

Hundreds of thousands of protesters turned out in Morocco at the beginning of the year to call on the king to cede some of his power.

As the country prepares to go to the polls under a new constitution which will allow the electorate rather than the monarchy elect the prime minister, Aidan Lewis reports on why many of those who took to the streets previously will not be turning out to vote.

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