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Dr. Abdelali Hamidine[1]


Dr. Abdelali Hamidine
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Dr. Abdelali Hamidine Dr. Abdelali Hamidine is a politician and Human Rights Activist and a Moroccan university professor, born in 1971 in Fez.

Biography

Dr. Abdelali Hamidine is a politician and Human Rights Activist and a Moroccan university professor, born in 1971 in Fez. His father, Moulay Mustafa Hamidine, one of the Al-Qarawiyyin scholars, a graduate of Dar al-Hadith al-Hassania, and a preacher in the mosques of the city of Fez died in August 2018 and was buried in Fez. His mother is Fatima Moumen (a housewife).

Early life

He received part of his primary and elementary education in the old city of Fez and the second school of Ain El Shaqaf Road. As for his preparatory education, he received it in the Idrisid intermediate school and received his secondary education at Moulay Soliman High School in Fez.

Academic Background

Then he obtained a BA in public law at the University of Sidi Mohamed bin Abdullah in Fez in 1995 before joining the University of Mohammed V to complete his postgraduate studies in public law and political science, so he obtained a postgraduate degree in 1997, and he also obtained a doctorate from the same university in 2002. After discussing his university thesis on: "The Constitutional Question in Contemporary Moroccan Political Thought."

Career Path

He was a professor at Abdel Malek Saadi University - Faculty of Legal and Economic Sciences in Tangier in 2003. He taught many subjects that belong to the field of public law, including: subjects of constitutional law and constitutional regulations, methods of research in the social sciences, public law Islam, the system of government and authority in Islam, political theories, international relations.

Political affiliation

Dr. Abdelali Hamidine holds positions in a number of civil and official institutions, including:

General Rapporteur of the National Dialogue on Civil Society in 2014. President of the Karama Forum for Human Rights from 2012 to 2020. Secretary General of the Moroccan Association for Constitutional Law. Member of the Executive Office of the Moroccan Association for Political Science Member of the National Network of Professors of International Humanitarian Law Member of the Cordoba Foundation in Geneva. Member of the Scientific Committee to Review Press Laws in 2013.

Philosophical and/or political views

His political ideas and positions

Abdelali Hamidine believes in the pioneering role of political elites in developing authoritarian political systems and pushing them t owards democratic transition, and he also believes in the necessity of dialogue and coordination between the living forces in the country regardless of their intellectual and political backgrounds, in order to build democracy and consolidate respect for human rights.

Published works

He has published a number of books: - In 2005, “The Moroccan Constitution and the wagering of the balance of powers - the monarchy, the parties, the Islamists,” was published by “Notebooks of Perspectives - Dar An-Najah New Press”. - 2009 “Margins on the system of government and authority in Islam - an attempt at rooting”, Rabat Press - - 2012: A joint book with Professor Hassan Tariq, under the title: "The Moroccan Constitution between Authoritarianism and Democracy - Intersecting Readings" - 2016: “Islam and the Modern Arab Constitutional State” for Nama Center - Beirut.

He has some published scientific studies, including: The Intellectual and the Authority in the Arab-Islamic Context: The Scholars of Morocco as a Model. - The 2011 constitution is at stake: the executive authority between the dialectic of democratic interpretation and the excesses of practice. He also participated in a number of international scientific symposia, including: Islamists and the democratic system of government

Honours, decorations, awards and distinctions

Holder of the Allal Al Fassi Intellectual Foundation Award, 2006.

References/Notes and references

In 2005, “The Moroccan Constitution and the wagering of the balance of powers - the monarchy, the parties, the Islamists,” was published by “Notebooks of Perspectives - Dar An-Najah New Press”. - 2009 “Margins on the system of government and authority in Islam - an attempt at rooting”, Rabat Press - - 2012: A joint book with Professor Hassan Tariq, under the title: "The Moroccan Constitution between Authoritarianism and Democracy - Intersecting Readings" - 2016: “Islam and the Modern Arab Constitutional State” for Nama Center - Beirut.

External links

https://www.facebook.com/abdelali.hamidine https://twitter.com/AHamieddine

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