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The Birth of a Democracy in Morocco

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Created: Wednesday, 23 November 2011 16:07

Share your viewpoint through “Real Time Conversations.” BronxNet is creating “Real Time Conversations” for you to share your opinions and have dialogue with people in the Bronx and around the world on a wide range of issues. Your comments, via social media will become part of our collective understanding of the world and our community.

We begin with a topic everyone can relate to – Democracy. On November 25, 2011 residents of Morocco will have their first opportunity to vote. Although this will represent the first elections to be held in that country, Morocco was actually the first country to recognize the United States as an independent country in 1777. Many in Morocco also recognize BronxNet as a media voice and cultural bridge for all people, and we want you to be part of this conversation.

Amplify your thoughts by sharing them on BronxNet’s “Real Time Conversations.” Tell Bronxites and people around the world what you think about democracy in Morocco or even your own experience with democracy. Join the conversation right here.

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