Morocco: Head of Istiqlal Party Under Investigation

Secretary-General of the Independent Party Hamid Chabat. AFP

Secretary-General of the Independent Party Hamid Chabat

Rabat-The Ministry of Interior in Morocco decided on February 9 to file a lawsuit against the accusations of the Secretary-General of the Independent Party (PI), Hamid Chabat, that the “deep state” murdered two politicians.

In an article shared in the PI’s official website that created controversy in Morocco, the state was accused of orchestrating the assassination of two prominent politicians, Ahmed Zaidi and Abdellah Baha who died in Oued Cherrat near Rabat on November 9, and December 7, 2014 respectively.

Although the article was deleted from the website, Morocco’s Interior Ministry filed a complaint yesterday against Chabat and his party and called upon the Ministry of Justice to start an investigation in this subject-matter.

The Ministry of Justice has begun an investigation into the allegations following the Ministry of Interior’s request.

The article came in response to a media fury surrounding Chabat after his statements on the territorial integrity of Mauritania, which caused uproar inside and outside Morocco.

Recently, an article was published as it revealed information relating to the properties of Hamid Chabat, which the PI’s article considered an attack by the “deep state” on Chabat and his party.

“Unfortunately, those who think that they control the political game believe that the moment when Hamid Chabat must be gotten rid of has come, which denotes ‘Oued Cherrat methods’ as a purely Moroccan-Moroccan method to destroy those who swim against the current,” said the article, noting that ‘Oued Cherrat methods’ means physical, moral and societal termination of individuals.

In an interview with France 24 earlier this month, Chabat stated that he was ready to donate his organs whether his death is “natural or not natural.”

(Source / 11.02.2017)

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