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Morocco: Unemployed Graduates Protest Over Budget Cuts

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RABAT, MOROCCO (OCTOBER 6, 2013) (REUTERS) PROTESTERS GATHERED IN RABAT CITY GETTING READY TO MARCH THROUGH THE CAPITAL DEMONSTRATORS CLAPPING AND CHANTING SLOGANS SIGN READING (Arabic): 'EMPLOY OR GO' MORE OF PROTESTERS CHANTING SLOGANS VARIOUS OF PEOPLE MARCHING AND CARRYING BANNER WHICH READS (Arabic): ' THE NATIONAL DAY FOR THE UNEMPLOYED- 6 OCTOBER 2013' IBRAHIM BOUADI, MEMBER OF THE ORGANISING COMMITTEE, DIRECTING DEMONSTRATORS (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) IBRAHIM BOUADI, MEMBER OF THE ORGANISING COMMITTEE, SAYING: "We denounce the latest statements about the austerity policies that will reduce state investment in many sectors. We address a clear and honest message to the head of the government and to all the authorities that says employment is a priority and that our demand to find jobs in the public sector is an essential one that we will not let go." MORE OF PROTESTERS MARCHING AND CHANTING SLOGANS VARIOUS OF PROTESTERS REPEATING SLOGANS AFTER THE ORGANISERS PROTESTERS FROM THE ISTIQLAL CONSERVATIVE PARTY MARCHING ADIL TCHIKITOU, MP FOR ISTIQLAL CONSERVATIVE PARTY, MARCHING AND CARRYING PLACARD (SOUND BITE) (Arabic) ADIL TCHIKITOU, MP FOR ISTIQLAL CONSERVATIVE PARTY, SAYING: "In Morocco, the unemployed are facing a series of decisions that can be described as arrogant and irresponsible. This is why we decided to support the unemployed in this march. We want to say that their cause is a just one in Morocco." DEMONSTRATORS FROM THE FEBRUARY 20 MOVEMENT CHANTING IN ARABIC: 'THE PEOPLE WANT THE FALL OF THE REGIME' MORE OF DEMONSTRATORS FROM FEBRUARY 20 MOVEMENT TAKING PART IN PROTEST HAKIM SIKOUK, ACTIVIST FROM THE FEBRUARY 20 MOVEMENT, LEADING HIS GROUP AND CHANTING SLOGANS AGAINST THE REGIME (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) HAKIM SIKOUK, ACTIVIST FROM THE FEBRUARY 20 MOVEMENT, SAYING: "Employment is a popular demand that is mentioned in international law. Today, the state is privatising, selling many sectors and emptying factories from their workers and dividing families. It does not want to employ these young people who hold university degrees because it wants to preserve its interests and those of the governing class." MORE OF PEOPLE MARCHING AND CARRYING BANNERS
Dateline: 2013

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