Ahmed Adghirni

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Ahmed Adghirni (5 May 1947 – 19 October 2020) was a Moroccan politician, lawyer, writer, and human rights activist. He was from a Berber tribe. Adghirni was born in Aït Ali in Sous, Morocco.

He was a political activist for Berbers in Morocco.[1] He was very active in the World Amazigh Congress, participating in the "pre-congress" at Saint-Rome-de-Dolan in 1995 and the first congress at Las Palmas in 1997.[2]

Adghirni died on 19 October 2020 in Tiznit, Morocco at the age of 73.[3]

References[change | change source]

  1. "«Il n'y aura pas de parti dans le court terme»Ahmed Adghirni, activiste du mouvement amazigh". L'Économiste (in French). 6 August 2001.
  2. "Remarks of Friedrich Kratochwil". Cambridge University Press. 2002.
  3. "Décès de Ahmed Adghirni, figure du mouvement amazigh au Maroc". Le Desk (in French). 19 October 2020.