Five Moroccans set fire to his country in the capital Rabat to protest against the prevailing unemployment - AP agency reported today, citing human rights activist. Three heavily burned men went to the hospital.
The incident occurred on Wednesday.
Yousef al-Risuni the Moroccan Association for Human Rights reported that three men suffered serious burns, the other two only destroyed the clothes.
The protesters took part in a two-week occupation of the building of the Ministry of education and higher education in the protest, during which demanded work - explained, al-Risuni.
Last week, four people set fire in Tunisia, also protesting against the king in the country's unemployment. One person died.
In Morocco, increasing in intensity protests against unemployment, especially among people with higher education. While the nationwide unemployment rate is 9.1 percent., Is among those with university diplomas, this percentage stands at 16 percent. - Writes the Associated Press.