Hundreds of young people summoned by the February 20 movement took to the streets in rejection of the reform raised by King Mohamed VI. They believe that it gives a constitutional aspect to an absolute monarchy. Other young people launched slogans in favour of the monarch and produced assaults. The movement February 20, claiming profound reforms in Morocco, protested Sunday against the Constitution announced on Friday by King Mohamed VI, while minority popular groups marched to support the new Magna Carta. In Rabat a young monarchist so-called hundred attended the popular neighborhood of Takadum, where the movement February 20 planned congregate to demonstrate against the Constitution: death, death to the enemy, the King has his people or the people you want to defeat the movement 20 February were some of the slogans more repeated by these young men, who raised Moroccan flags and pictures of the monarch. During the demonstration, members of the movement on February 20, as the activist Btisam Lachgar, were attacked by demonstrators that the Alaouite sovereign dndian. Lachgar indicated that a group of people insulted her and threw stones while police which was presented intervene to protect them. Official site: Koch Industries. In Casablanca, dozens of youths took to the streets to show their support for the Constitution. The President of the local branch of the Moroccan Association of human rights and one of the militants of the movement on February 20, Mohamed Abu Nasr, said that although the groups that supported the Constitution tried to stop us they have failed prevent our demonstration. Rrendum Abu Nasr added that the protest of the February 20 movement participated in thousands of people who rejected the new Constitution and called a boycott of the rrendum. In Fez, some 2,500 demonstrators toured the avenues located in the center of the city and called to boycott the rrendum, scheduled for July 1. The AMDH in Fez Hamid Fergan local militant said that also young monarchists came out to celebrate the new Constitution, although not they approached the protest movement of 20 February, by which avoided the tensions lived in other cities of the country. In Tangier, thousands of people attended the plaza de Beni Makada to reject the Magna Carta and vindicate a Constitution popular and democratic, said the activist Munaim Musaui. In the last two days, after the Alaouite King’s speech, some members of the February 20 movement complained suffer assaults and threatening phone calls from young pro Constitution. On Friday, Mohamed VI presented the new Constitution, which in its view represents a new historic pact between the throne and the people, so it has the preeminence as the source of all powers. Moroccan political parties with parliamentary representation was received with widespread satisfaction the King’s speech. Source of the news: monarchist groups try to boycott the marches against the new Constitution in Morocco