Morocco's Truth Revealed, and the Possibility of Reconciliation

Montague, Maryam
2005

Volume 29, Issue 2. Summer Maryam Montague examines Morocco's Equity and Reconciliation Commission, a panel established to review human rights violations perpetrated from 1956 to 1999, and to provide reparations to victims. Is there reason to be optimistic about the spread of such "truth commissions" to other countries in the Arab world?

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