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Morocco- Couple Sentenced for Disturbing the Royal Procession




(MENAFN - Morocco World News) Couple Sentenced for Disturbing the Royal Procession Rabat – A young couple was arrested for interfering with the royal procession during its passage from the administrative capital, reports Al Akhbar newspaper in its March 16 edition.

The judge sentenced the man and woman to one year and four months in prison, respectively, when they appeared before the court on Tuesday.

According to police investigators, the accused were attempting to seek direct help from King Mohammed VI, when they were detained.

In March 2016, the Ministry of Interior warned those who obstruct 'the circulation and the passage of the royal procession to benefit from certain advantages,' while emphasizing that 'such acts expose the life of their authors and their others to danger, as they constitute a crime punishable by law.'

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Morocco-  Couple Sentenced for Disturbing the Royal Procession

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