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Moroccan jurist elected vice president of IACL.

Summary: Mexico - Prominent Moroccan jurist, Nadia Bernoussi, was elected vice--president of the International Association of Constitutional Law (IACL), on Wednesday in Mexico, a delegation of Moroccan jurists said.

Mexico - Prominent Moroccan jurist, Nadia Bernoussi, was elected vice--president of the International Association of Constitutional Law (IACL), on Wednesday in Mexico, a delegation of Moroccan jurists said.

The election took place as part of the 8th World Congress of IACL, held on December 6-10 in Mexico. Bernoussi is a founding member of the Moroccan Association of Constitutional Law (AMDC), a member of the executive department of the Moroccan association of Political sciences and Vice President of International Academy of Constitutional Law (AIDC). She is also a professor at the International School of Administration and the Higher Institute of Administration, among other institutions.

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Date:Dec 10, 2010
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