“The prohibition of torture in Morocco between the implementation of international commitments and the priority of applying the role of the independent justice”
Abstract PhD thesis in public law and political science,
Hassan II University – Ain Shoq Casablanca, Morocco.
By D. Hafid RGUIBI
Moroccan Center for Human Rights and Media Studies and Researches
We have endeavored, through this research about “the prohibition of torture in Morocco between the implementation of international commitments and the priority of implementing the role of the independent justice” to monitor and analyze the proportionality of Morocco vowed commitment to the prohibition of torture in the territory under its jurisdiction with international standards and best practices related to the level of both the normative framework associated with the legislative infrastructure or at the procedural level institutional, judicial or quasi-judicial or preventive, trying to bring in the analysis of various international assessments and national governmental and non-governmental organizations to the question of torture in Morocco, where we have noticed on the one hand considerable gradual development in these various areas hoping to accelerate its pace and strengthen it in the future, on the other hand, we realized some serious deficiencies and gaps hoping to overcome them to suit the dynamic emerging from the constitutional foundation that criminalizes torture and seeks the independence of he judicial authority and the ratification of the optional protocol to the Convention against Torture.