Moroccan MP showing too much of her legs sparks debate

Moroccan Member of Parliament, Nabeela Binamro

By Iqbal Tamimi 

A photo taken for Moroccan Member of Parliament, Nabeela Binamro sparked
waves of controversy. Not because she is a member of The Authenticity and
Modernity opposition Party, but because the photo taken of her during a parliament session shows too much
of her legs and part of her thighs, triggering huge responses from bloggers, online
forums enthusiasts and people on social networks such as Facebook.

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Most of them criticised her for wearing such short skirt that
could not cover enough of her body, others believed that she is practicing her
right of freedom to wear whatever she likes, others said it does not matter how
she looks or what she wears, as long as she keeps working on what they elected he for.

Some focused on her looks and the fact that she looked totally
relaxed during the Parliament session, that she has took off her shoes and
stretched her legs on another seat without showing any reservations, where too
much her legs were caught by the camera.

A number of people commented on her appearances with tongue in
cheek saying that the MP, Binamro, who represents The Authenticity and
Modernity Party, showed modernity and skipped the authenticity.

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