Justice and Development Party says won Morocco poll

By REUTERS
November 26, 2011 01:16

 
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RABAT - The Justice and Development Party (PJD) said it had won the largest number of seats in Morocco's parliamentary election on Friday.

"Based on reports filed by our representatives at polling stations throughout the country, we are the winners. We won Rabat, Casablanca, Tangier, Kenitra, Sale, Beni Mellal and Sidi Ifni to cite just a few," Lahcen Daodi, second in command of the moderate Islamist party, told Reuters.

Government officials could not immediately confirm the party's claim.

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