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Morocco’s new tactic to punish journalists: charge them with sex crimes
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All three have a nose for corruption, penning op-eds or investigations alleging government abuse. And all three have been charged with or sentenced to prison for sex crimes. And this has instilled a sense of fear among members of the press in a country that already had a reputation for surveilling and imprisoning journalists who report critically on the king or on protests. According to press freedom advocates, the recent spate of sex crimes cases represents a new tactic on the part of Moroccan authorities — one that comes in the wake of unkept promises of pro-media reform. But as Moroccan journalists predicted in interviews with CPJ at the time, the country continued to imprison journalists, often accusing them of anti-state activity. Now, sex crimes charges have become another tool for authorities to punish journalists — one that has the effect of dampening public support for the accused.
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A British man flew home from Marrakech last week after being jailed for "homosexual acts". There was a time though when Morocco was renowned as a haven for gay Americans and Britons, who fled restrictions in their own countries to take advantage of its relaxed atmosphere. Take a walk down one of the main streets in Tangier, the Boulevard Pasteur, turn left before the Hotel Rembrandt and descend towards the sea. Then follow some steps into a narrow side street that smells of urine and screams of danger.
On the whole, Moroccans are tolerant and extremely hospitable. Though most people are religious, they are generally easy-going. Avoid, for example, wearing revealing clothes, kissing and cuddling in public, or eating or smoking in the street during Ramadan. Read our guide to culture and etiquette in Morocco for everything you need to know before your trip.