August 2, 2021
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Marrakech – After a long struggle from Moroccan human rights activists, the House of Representatives finally discussed the law allowing Moroccans to name their children Amazigh names and refraining from using nicknames that discriminate citizens today during their daily session.Suggested by the Socialist Team Party two years ago, the law would allow Moroccan parents freedom to choose Amazigh names for their children.Conversely, the proposed law seeks to prohibit certain nicknames, such as Moulay and Cherif (names meaning nobleness), which discriminate Moroccans by making some first rate and others second rate. The House of Representatives suggested implementing the law as an amendment to articles 20 and 21 of law number 37.99, regarding civil status, as they no are representative of the 2011 constitution.