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- Abdul Aziz, M. 2004. ‘Morocco Experience’, in Al-Mara al-Maghribiya wa al-Barlaman, Cairo: Alliance for Arab Women.
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- Charrad, M.M. 2001. States and Women’s Rights: The Making of Postcolonial Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco, Berkeley: University of California Press.
- Inter-Parliamentary Union. ‘Women in Politics: Promising Developments in Eastern Europe and the Arab Countries’, Press Release no. 130, 1 March 2001.
- Moroccan Parliament website, http://www.parlement.ma/
Inter-Parliamentary Union. http://www.ipu.org/
Inter-Parliamentary Union. “Women in Parliament in 2015: The year in review”: http://www.ipu.org/pdf/publications/WIP2015-e.pdf
Inter-Parliamentary Union. “Women in Parliament: 20 years in review”: http://www.ipu.org/pdf/publications/WIP20Y-en.pdf
Inter-Parliamentary Union. “Women in Parliaments: World and Regional Averages”: http://www.ipu.org/wmn-e/world.htm
Inter-Parliamentary Union. “Women in Parliaments: World Classification ”: http://www.ipu.org/wmn-e/classif.htm
Women's Environment and Development Organization, www.wedo.org
Online Women in Politics, www.onlinewomeninpolitics.org
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