After the defeat at the polls, Moroccan Prime Minister Saadeddin al-Osmani reportedly resigned from the presidency. In the statement made by the party, it was also noted that an extraordinary congress will be held as soon as possible.
The Justice and Development Party, which lost power, claimed that voters’ preferences were abused with personal promises and that there were irregularities in the elections, alleging that repeated votes were taken. . On the other hand, the Moroccan National Council for Human Rights announced that it had detected 149 violations, including 21 physical and material violence, during election campaigns, but these remained isolated cases.