PJDParti de la Justice et du Développement (French: Justice and Development Party, Morocco)
PJDPreliminary Jurisdictional Determination (US Army Corps of Engineers)
PJDPhotojournalism Division (Photographic Society of America)
PJDPrisoners' Justice Day (Canada)
PJDPapers of Jefferson Davis (documentary editing project; Rice University; Houston, TX)
PJDPancreatic Juice Diversion
PJDPsychological Job Demand (behavior)
PJDPubertal Juvenile Dyspituitarism (adolescent obesity)
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Money is the biggest motivation behind a possible job change, Miroslav Garaj of Grafton Slovakia told PJD, adding that as many as 54 percent of those polled said their salary has increased in the past year 41 percent said it has not changed and a mere 5 percent said their salary decreasedEmployers try to motivate their employees with growing salaries or non-financial benefits, but people still tend to seek a new job instead.
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20 protest movement had singled out Himma for criticism, and the PAM slipped to fourth place in Parliament while the PJD won elections of November 2011.
Cinq ans au pouvoir n'ont donc pas emousse la popularite du PJD.
While the PJD holds traditionalist views that may conflict with leftist, centrist, and even other right-wing parties' views, this difference in ideology is exactly what strengthens Morocco's political plurality and paves the path for the continuation of its move towards democracy.
PJD has done something else that made it more acceptable to skeptical voters and neighboring governments.
Since our last update, there is positive progress on the new coalition and fiscal reforms: the PJD led government has raised fuel prices for the second time since coming to office, and press reports suggest that a cabinet 'reshuffle' may be in the offing, resulting in the inclusion of the RNI into the Benkerane administration.
Le secretaire general du PJD a, a cette occasion, presente un expose sur les evolutions politiques a l'echelle nationale, notamment les negociations en cours pour la constitution d'un nouvel executif, ajoute le communique.
Regardless of whether the reforms went far enough to transform Morocco into a "true democracy," the PJD remains content with the political changes, and it favors a gradual, step-by-step reform process.
Khalfi, who is also government spokesman, retorted that it was normal for incumbent parties to lose some popularity and that the PJD had backed the monarchy even when in opposition.
No Moroccan government has ever been subjected to pressures and constraints, from multiple sources, on multiples bases and from multiple positions, as has the experience led by PJD leader Abdelilah Benkirane.
The Moroccan PJD (Parti de la Justice et du Developpement) is one of the Islamist parties whose leaders have applauded both the success of the Turkish Islamists over the years and the electoral victories and democratization reforms of the AKP government.