Protesters from Morocco’s ‘February 20’ movement march against the results of a referendum that backed constitutional changes put forward by King Mohammed. Simon Hanna reports. Moroccan protesters take to the streets to denounce the results of last week’s constitutional referendum.
Preliminary results of the poll showed that 98.5 percent of voters approved the changes proposed by King Mohammed.
But the opposition say this figure was inflated and alleged irregularities in the voting procedures.
Protesters in the capital Rabat said the number of people who joined the demonstration proved the votes could not have been as one sided as the results suggest.