Morocco's King Mohammed unveils constitutional reforms


King Mohammed of Morocco has proposed reforms that will curb his wide-ranging powers and increase the authority of the prime minister and parliament.

The King put forward the plans in a speech to the nation, three months after announcing a review of the constitution following anti-government protests.

Daniel Griffiths reports.

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