In recent times, especially since last week, the Moroccan political scene has been in a state of turmoil. It is a harbinger, according to informed sources, of likely changes in alliances, orientations and new strategies within national political parties.
This announced bubble coincides with the imminence of a major cabinet reshuffle in April. Which reorganization will disembark some ministers, even parties of the Executive. Also, report the same sources, the creation of a new pole, bringing together the left parties, is discussed to narrow the ranks in view of the next deadlines.
In the same vein, divorce between the Islamist party and that of comrades would be imminent. It is only a matter of time that this alliance between the Justice and Development Party (PJD) and the Party of Progress and Socialism (PPS) is no longer necessary.
And it was Mohamed Nabil Benabdellah who had clearly mentioned this eventuality. “Our alliance with the Benkirane government in 2011 was with a party that had the same reformist aspirations as ours. But currently, this is no longer the case,” said the leader of the party. “There is nothing more to expect and hope from the current government majority,” he had even hammered.