Did you notice anything of the protests lately?
A little, yea, especially the day or two after the fish monger incident. It happened the same day as a major pop star being arrested for aggravated sexual assault in Paris, so that was literally all the news until Trump. A coworker who speaks Darija (dialect Arabic) was ranting about the radio shows playing the accused rapist's music and taking calls from fans professing their love and saying "he could do that to me any day!" ... Plus insisting that because his accuser spent the night clubbing with him, she obviously wanted it.
That event was more heavily covered in the English-language media here than the incident with the police crushing the fish-seller. I did see some protests and the police were decidedly more visible for a few days (some were wearing the auxiliary forces uniform, whuch is a different color), but overall it ended up getting passed off as a few bad cops. Everyone knows the cops are corrupt, but violence is relatively uncommon (they carry assault rifles - if they wanted to get violent, it would get bad, fast). (Instead, certain dissenters get quietly arrested for crimes that are rarely prosecuted, then released after a couple months, and usually stop saying whatever it was they were saying, or move outside the country to say it). (In case you're wondering, yes, I think that's pretty f**ked up). The king ordered an investigation, the minister of the interior personally apologized to the man's family, and the man's brother issued a video statement saying that it was a travesty but not grounds for serious revolt. I didn't personally catch word of "wonder how much they paid him to say that" muttering, but the auxiliary police disappeared and we've gone back to protests about work hours and school consolidation.