From the Moroccan judiciary 2: The path of the Moroccan judiciary from the point of view of the judge Mohamed Fassi Fihri .
Collection titleRihab Attarikh
First broadcast date04/21/2009
AbstractTravel through history, to talk about the evolution of the Moroccan judiciary over time, and this in two parts. Testimony from judges and researchers are presented in each part. The most important pages that the program has presented from the history book, they evoke the multiple roles that the magistrate had in the period before the protectorate / Besides of his role was to ensure the application of society in relations between people, the judge had roles spirituals that Sharia (Islamic Law) gives. On this point, the program addresses the El Maliki doctrine and the laws it contains. These constitute the core of laws, customs and more that everyone respects. - The judiciary during the Protectorate during and after the independence of Morocco are other pages that the program deals with to explain the subject in all its aspects.
- 2M - Own production
Broadcaster2M - 2M
- Mohamed Fassi Fihri
Primary themeHuman and social sciences
- Historical heritages / Arab and muslim worlds
Credits / Cast
- Maghraoui Soumaya - Journalist
Period of events
- Morocco - Atlantic coast - Rabat
Media running time27m54
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