The start of the partial elections campaign in the Fes-Meknes region is accompanied by expectations of low turnout

The partial elections campaign in the Fes-Meknes region kicks off with expectations of low turnout. The Fes-Meknes region witnesses the start of the partial elections campaign in preparation for the scheduled electoral date on the twenty-third of April. According to observers, the campaign started off slowly, with expectations of a low turnout.

Despite the importance of these elections in determining representatives of local communities and enhancing the role of citizens in decision-making, observers point to a modest start to the election campaign. The campaign did not witness the expected and desired activity in this initial stage.

It is expected that voter turnout in the elections will be low, due to the lack of effective engagement of voters in the election campaign and their influence by multiple factors, including a decline in political enthusiasm and lack of confidence in the current political elites.

As for the locations of the partial elections in the Fes-Meknes region, they will include several electoral districts in various administrative areas. Among these electoral districts are the Meknes province with its Sharqawa commune in the tenth district, and the Taza province with its Ajdir commune in the fifth district, in addition to other districts in the Boulemane and Taza provinces.

source : Fes News

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