|Minister of Education|
19 September 2007 – 3 January 2012
|Prime Minister||Abbas El Fassi|
|Preceded by||Habib El Malki|
|Succeeded by||Mohamed El Ouafa|
March 16, 1954 |
|Political party||Authenticity and Modernity Party|
|Alma mater||Institut Supérieur de Journalisme de Rabat|
Ahmed Akhchichine (Arabic: أحمد أخشيشين – born 26 March 1954, Marrakech) is a Moroccan politician of the Authenticity and Modernity Party. Between 2007 and 2012, he held the position of Minister of Education in the cabinet of Abbas El Fassi.
Between 2003 and 2012, he was the president of the "HACA" (Haute Autorité de la Communication Audiovisuelle) Morocco's radio and television highest regulating authority.
Although he belongs to the Authenticity and Modernity Party, he participated in the cabinet as an independent since his party, which formed in 2008, positioned itself in the opposition.
- "Biographie de M. Ahmed Akhchichine". Moroccan Ministry of Education. Retrieved 18 August 2012.
- Benhamed Mohammadi (01 - 03 - 2008). "MTD : Ahmed Akhchichine présidera le "Mouvement"". Challenge hebdo. Retrieved 18 August 2012. Check date values in:
- M E H (02 - 05 - 2008). "Portrait d'Ahmed Akhchichine : Le pédagogue au service du politique". La Gazette du Maroc. Retrieved 18 August 2012. Check date values in:
- MAP (2009-06-13). "Le bureau gèle les activités de Akhchichine". Le Matin. Retrieved 18 August 2012.
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