Even after decolonization the country still struggled

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time. Even after decolonization the country still struggled with a crumbled health and educational infrastructure and had no investments in public services. This shows how the dreams of being decolonized were not being achieved in congo instead it was getting harder to attain. Another country that could be compared to Morocco in terms of decolonization is Rwanda. This
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was also a country in africa that had not fulfilled the dreams of decolonization. This was due to the fact that the two groups in rwanda call the Hutus and Tutsis were going against each other. The two groups were in some sort of competition and they ended up fighting and killing one another. The killings were called genocides and they had greatly impacted the lives of the people living in rwanda. For example education had been affected because since majority of schools had been wrecked and many teachers died from the genocide there had been barely any education available to the people in rwanda. The dreams of decolonization had been greatly affected by ethnic issues going on at that time because the hutus had been using propaganda urging others to “weed out the cockroaches” meaning to kill the tutsis. In the end, the dreams of decolonization had not been fulfilled because of the genocide and nobody coming forward to stop it. Like the people of the united nations. All in all, out of the three countries that had been mentioned the country that was most successful in achieving the dream of decolonization was Morocco. It was more successful because of the positive outcomes that had came from it. Since Morocco was successful in achieving the dream of decolonization some advice they could give to other countries is find a leader who is going to change the country for the better and try to fight for things they believe in. putting up a fight will in the end get the country somewhere other than the position they are at when they don’t stick up or put up a fight. Work Cited Page
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Infoplease . Infoplease, n.d. Web. 05 Apr. 2017. Website "Life Under Imperialist Power." Colonization of Morocco . N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Apr. 2017. Gascoigne, Bamber. "HISTORY OF MOROCCO." HISTORY OF MOROCCO . N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Apr. 2017. Website "Independence for Morocco and Tunisia - Decolonisation: Geopolitical Issues and Impact on the European Integration Process - CVCE Website." Independence for Morocco and Tunisia - Decolonisation: Geopolitical Issues and Impact on the European Integration Process - CVCE Website . N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Apr. 2017. Rubric rating submitted on: 4/7/2017, 9:52:57 AM by [email protected] 0 1 2 3 4 Cites and develops strong evidence from multiple sources to address research question RI 1 and Wa & b Your score: 3 Relies only on personal opinion and experience to address research question.
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