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As the crisis of 2011, known as the Arab Spring, broke out, two monarchies in the region, Morocco and Jordan, faced the need to reform their judicial systems in order to preserve stability by means of constitutional reforms that would deliver both countries from poor guarantees of judicial independence and lack of transparency or efficiency. This research thesis will analyse the external and internal dynamics of judicial reforms adopted in Morocco and Jordan since 2011. In particular, we havedoi:10.13130/taffoni-gaia_phd2019-10-23 fatcat:pvpnoydmebby7gxee7ht2ktdoa