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The Cabinet of Morocco is the chief-executive body of the Kingdom of Morocco.

The Cabinet is usually composed of some 25 ministers and 5 to 10 "Secretaries of State" and "Minister Delegates", it is headed by the Prime Minister (officially Head of Government since August 2011) who is appointed by the King of Morocco from the party that achieved a plurality in the parliamentary elections. The Cabinet's ministers are chosen by The PM, after consultation with other parties forming the Government coalition, then validated and appointed by the King.

Cabinet of Abdelilah Benkirane II, October 2013- present[edit]

(to be completed)

Ministry of State  : Abdellah Baha (b.1954)

Ministry of Foreign Affairs : Salaheddine Mezouar

Ministry of Urbanisme and national land settlment  : Mohand Laenser

Ministry of Justice and Liberties : Mustafa Ramid

Ministry of Habous and Islamic Affairs : Ahmed Toufiq

General Secretary of the Government : Driss Dahak

Ministry of Economy and Finance : Mohamed Boussaid

Ministry of housing and policy of the city : Mohamed Nabil Benabdallah

Ministry of Agriculture and Fishery : Aziz Akhannouch

Ministry of National Education and Professional Training : Rachid Belmokhtar

Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research : Lahcen Daoudi

Ministry of Youth and sports Jeunesse et des Sports : Mohammed Ouzzine

Ministry of Equipment, Transport and logistics :Abdelaziz Rabbah

Ministry of Health : Houcine El Ouardi

Ministry of Communication and spokesperson of the government :Mustapha El Khalfi

Ministry of Energy, Mining, Water and Environment : Abdelkader Amara

Ministry of Industry, Trade Investement and Digital Economy : Moulay Hafid Elalamy

Ministry of Tourism : Lahcen Haddad

Ministry of Solidarity, Women, Family and Social Development : Bassima Hakkaoui

Ministry of Culture : Mohamed Amine Sbihi

Ministry for the Moroccans Residing Abroad and Emigration : Anis Birou

Ministry of Craft and Social Economy :Fatema Marouane

Ministry of Employement and Social Affairs : Abdesslam Seddiki

Ministry of Relations with the Parliament and Civil Society : El Habib Choubani

Historical Cabinets[edit]

Cabinet of Abdelilah Benkirane I, 2012-October 2013[edit]

Office Incumbent Party Website Term
Prime Minister Abdelilah Benkirane (b. 1954) PJD [1] 29 November 2011 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of State Abdellah Baha (b. 1954) PJD - 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Interior Mohand Laenser (b. 1942) MP - 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Saad-Eddine El Othmani (b. 1956) PJD [2] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Justice and Liberties Mustafa Ramid (b. 1959) PJD [3] [4] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Habous and Islamic Affairs Ahmed Toufiq (b. 1943) Independent [5] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Economy and Finance Nizar Baraka (b. 1964) Istiqlal [6] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Housing, Urbanism and Policy of the City Nabil Benabdallah (b. 1959) PPS [7] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Agriculture and Fishery Aziz Akhannouch (b. 1961) Independent [8] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Education Mohamed El Ouafa (b. 1948) Istiqlal [9] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research Lahcen Daoudi (b. 1947) PJD [10] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Sports and Youth Mohamed Ouzzine (b. 1969) MP [11] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Equipment and Transport Aziz Rabbah (b. 1962) PJD [12] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Health El Hossein El Ouardi (b. 1954) PPS [13] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Communication and Spokesperson of the Government Mustapha El Khalfi (b. 1973) PJD [14] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Energy, Mining, Water and Environment Fouad Douiri (b. 1960) Istiqlal [15] [16] [17] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Employment and Vocational Training Abdelouahed Souhail (b. 1946) PPS [18] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Industry, Trade and New Technologies Abdelkader Aamara (b. 1962) PJD [19] [20] [21] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Tourism Lahcen Haddad (b. 1960) MP [22] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Solidarity, Women, Family and Social Development Bassima Hakkaoui (b. 1960) PJD [23] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Culture Mohamed Amine Sbihi (b. 1954) PPS [24] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Craft Abdessamad Qaiouh (b. 1966) Istiqlal [25] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Ministry of Relations with the Parliament and Civil Society Lahbib Choubani (b. 1963) PJD [26] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
General Secretary of the Government Driss Dahak (b. 1939) Independent [27] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Delegate-Ministry for the Administration of National Defense Abdellatif Loudiyi Independent - 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Delegate-Ministry for the Moroccans Residing Abroad Abdellatif Maazouz (b. 1954) Istiqlal [28] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Delegate-Ministry to the Minister of Interior Charki Draiss (b. 1955) Independent - 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Delegate-Ministry for Foreign Affairs Youssef Amrani (b. 1953) Istiqlal - 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Delegate-Ministry for General Affairs and Governance Mohamed Najib Boulif (b. 1964) PJD [29] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Delegate-Ministry for Public Service and the Modernization of the Administration Abdeladim El Guerrouj (b. 1972) MP [30] [31] 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Delegate-Ministry for the Budget Idriss Azami Al Idrissi (b. 1966) PJD - 03 January 2012 - 10 October 2013
Key Justice and Development Party (PJD)
Istiqlal
Popular Movement (MP)
Party of Progress and Socialism (PPS)
Independent

Source: [1] [2]


Abbas el-Fassi 2007-2012[edit]

Cabinet of Abbas El Fassi 2007-2012
Portfolio Incumbent Party Term
Prime Minister Abbas El Fassi (b. 1940) Istiqlal 19 September 2007 - 29 November 2011
Ministry of State Mohamed El Yazghi (b. 1935) USFP 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Justice Abdelwahed Radi (b. 1935) USFP 8 October 2007 - 04 January 2010
Ministry of Interior Chakib Benmoussa (b. 1958) Independent 8 October 2007 - 04 January 2010
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Taieb Fassi Fihri (b. 1958) Independent 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Habous and Islamic Affairs Ahmed Toufiq (b. 1943) Independent 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Relations with the Parliament Mohamed Saad Alami (b. 1948) Istiqlal 8 October 2007 - 04 January 2010
Ministry of Economy and Finance Salaheddine Mezouar (b. 1953) RNI 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Equipment and Transport Karim Ghellab (b. 1966) Istiqlal 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Housing and Urbanism Ahmed Toufiq Hejira (b. 1959) Istiqlal 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Tourism and Crafts Mohamed Bousaid (b. 1961) RNI 8 October 2007 - 04 January 2010
Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment Amina Benkhadra (b. 1954) RNI 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Health Yasmina Baddou (b. 1962) Istiqlal 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Sports and Youth Nawal El Moutawakil (b. 1962) RNI 8 October 2007 - 29 July 2009
Ministry of Agriculture and Fishery Aziz Akhannouch (b. 1961) RNI 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Education Ahmed Akhchichine (b. 1954) PAM
Independent
8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Communication and Spokesperson of the Government Khalid Naciri (b. 1946) PPS 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Employment and Vocational Training Jamal Aghmani (b. 1958) USFP 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Industry, Trade and New Technologies Ahmed Chami (b. 1961) USFP 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of External Trade Abdellatif Maazouz (b. 1954) Istiqlal 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Social Development, Family and Solidarity Nouzha Skalli (b. 1950) PPS 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Culture Touriya Jabrane (b. 1952) Independent 8 October 2007 - 29 July 2009
Secretary General of the Government Abdessadek Rabiaa (b. 1945) Independent 8 October 2007 - 12 August 2008
Delegate-Ministry for the Administration of National Defense Abderrahmane Sbai (b. 1940) Independent 8 October 2007 - 22 October 2010
Delegate-Ministry for Economic and General Affairs Nizar Baraka (b. 1964) Istiqlal 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Delegate-Ministry for Public Service and the Modernisation of the Administration Mohamed Abbou (b. 1959) RNI 8 October 2007 - 04 January 2010
Delegate-Ministry for the Moroccans Living Abroad Mohammed Ameur (b. 1959) USFP 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Secretary of State for Water and Environment Abdelkebir Zahoud (b. 1961) Istiqlal 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Secretary of State for Crafts Anis Birou (b. 1962) RNI 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Secretary of State for the Interior Saad Hassar (b. 1953) Independent 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Secretary of State for Education Latifa Labida (b. 1953) Independent 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Ahmed Lakhrif (b. 1953) Istiqlal 8 October 2007 - 22 December 2008
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Latifa Akherbach (b. 1959) Independent 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Secretary of State for Territorial Development Abdeslam Al Mesbahi (b. 1954) Istiqlal 8 October 2007 - 03 January 2012
Secretary General of the Government Driss Dahak (b. 1939) Independent 20 August 2008 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of State Mohand Laenser (b. 1942) Popular Movement 29 July 2009 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Sports and Youth Moncef Belkheyat (b. 1970) RNI 29 July 2009 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Culture Bensalem Himmich (b. 1948) USFP 29 July 2009 - 03 January 2012
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Mohamed Ouzzine (b. 1969) Popular Movement 29 July 2009 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Justice Mohamed Naciri (b. 1939) Independent 04 January 2010 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Interior Taieb Cherkaoui (b. 1949) Independent 04 January 2010 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Relations with the Parliament Driss Lachgar (b. 1954) USFP 04 January 2010 - 03 January 2012
Ministry of Tourism and Crafts Yassir Znagui (b. 1970) RNI 04 January 2010 - 03 January 2012
Delegate-Ministry for Public Service and the Modernisation of the Administration Mohamed Saad Alami (b. 1948) Istiqlal 04 January 2010 - 03 January 2012
Delegate-Ministry for the Administration of National Defense Abdellatif Loudiyi Independent 02 December 2010 - 03 January 2012
Key Istiqlal
Socialist Union of Popular Forces (USFP)
National Rally of Independents (RNI)
Party of Progress and Socialism (PPS)
Popular Movement (MP)
Independent

Source: [1]


Driss Jettou 2002-2007[edit]

Cabinet of Driss Jettou 2002-2007
Portfolio Incumbent Party Term
Prime Minister Driss Jettou (b. 1945) Independent 09 October 2002 - 19 September 2007
Ministry of State Abbas El Fassi (b. 1940) Istiqlal 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Foreign Affairs an Cooperation Mohamed Benaissa (b. 1937) Independent 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Interior Mostapha Sahel (b. 1946) Independent 07 November 2002 - 15 February 2006
Ministry of Justice Mohamed Bouzoubaa (b. 1939) USFP 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Habous and Islamic Affairs Ahmed Toufiq (b. 1943) Independent 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Territory Planning, Water and Environment Mohamed El Yazghi (b. 1935) USFP 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Finance and Privatization Fathallah Oualalou (b. 1942) USFP 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development Mohand Laenser (b. 1942) MP 07 November 2002 - 08 June 2004
Ministry of Employment, Social Affairs and Solidarity Mustapha Mansouri (b. 1953) RNI 07 November 2002 - 08 June 2004
Ministry of Education Habib El Malki (b. 1946) USFP 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research Khalid Alioua (b. 1949) USFP 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of the Modernization of the Public Sector Najib Zerouali Ouariti (b. 1950) RNI 07 November 2002 - 08 June 2004
Ministry of Culture Mohamed Achaari (b. 1951) USFP 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Human Rights Mohamed Aujjar (b. 1959) RNI 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Crafts and Social Economy Mhamed El Khalifa (b. 1939) Istiqlal 07 November 2002 - 08 June 2004
Ministry of Transport and Equipment Karim Ghellab (b. 1966) Istiqlal 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Trade, Industry and Telecommunication Rachid Talbi Alami (b. 1958) RNI 07 November 2002 - 08 June 2004
Ministry of Tourism, Crafts and Social Economy Adil Douiri (b. 1963) Istiqlal 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Health Mohamed Cheikh Biadillah (b. 1949) Independent 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Fishery Taib Ghafess (b. 1940) RNI 07 November 2002 - 08 June 2004
Ministry of Relations with the Parliament and Civil Society Mohammed Saad El Alami (b. 1948) Istiqlal 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Energy and Mining Mohammed Boutaleb (b. 1951) MP 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Communication and Spokesperson of the Government Nabil Benabdellah (b. 1959) PPS 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of External Trade Mustapha Mechahouri (b. 1947) MP 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Secretary General of the Government Abdessadek Rabiaa (b. 1945) Independent 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Delegate-Ministry for the Administration of National Defense Abderrahmane Sbai (b. 1940) Independent 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Delegate-Ministry of Foreign Affairs and cooperation Taieb El Fassi Fihri (b. 1958) Independent 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Delegate-Ministry for the Moroccans Living Abroad Nezha Chekrouni (b. 1955) USFP 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Delegate-Ministry of the Interior Fouad Ali Himma (b. 1962) Independent 07 November 2002 - 07 August 2007
Delegate-Ministry for Scientific Research Omar Fassi Fihri (b. 1939) PPS 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Delegate-Ministry of General Affairs and the Restructuring of Economy Abderazzak El Mossadeq (b. 1948) Independent 07 November 2002 - 08 June 2004
Delegate-Ministry of Housing and Urbanism Ahmed Toufiq Hejira (b. 1959) Istiqlal 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Secretary of State for Water Abdelkebir Zahoud (b. 1961) Istiqlal 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Secretary of State for the Environment M’Hammed El Morabit MP 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Secretary of State for Family, Solidarity and Social Action Yasmina Baddou (b. 1962) Istiqlal 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Secretary of State for Vocational Training Said Oulbacha (b. 1959) MP 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Secretary of State for Literacy and non-formal Education Najima Rhozali (b. 1960) RNI 07 November 2002 - 08 June 2004
Secretary of State for the Youth Mohamed Gahs (b. 1963) USFP 07 November 2002 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Interior Chakib Benmoussa (b. 1958) Independent 15 February 2006 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Agriculture and Fishery Mohand Laenser (b. 1942) MP 08 June 2004 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Employment and Vocational Training Mustapha Mansouri (b. 1953) RNI 08 June 2004 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of the Modernization of the Public Sector Mohamed Bousaid (b. 1961) RNI 08 June 2004 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Trade, Industry and Restructuring of the Economy Salaheddine Mezouar (b. 1953) RNI 08 June 2004 - 8 October 2007
Ministry of Social Development, Family and Solidarity Abderrahim Harouchi (b. 1944) Independent 08 June 2004 - 8 October 2007
Delegate-Ministry of General and Economic Affairs Rachid Talbi Alami (b. 1958) RNI 08 June 2004 - 8 October 2007
Secretary of State of Literacy and non-formal Education Anis Birou (b. 1962) RNI 08 June 2004 - 8 October 2007
Secretary of State for Rural Development Mohamed Mohattane MP 08 June 2004 - 8 October 2007
Key Istiqlal
Socialist Union of Popular Forces (USFP)
National Rally of Independents (RNI)
Party of Progress and Socialism (PPS)
Popular Movement (MP)
Independent

Source: [1]


Abderrahmane el-Youssoufi II 2000-2002[edit]

Cabinet of Abderrahmane Youssoufi II 2000-2002
Portfolio Incumbent Party Term
Prime Minister Abderrahmane Youssoufi (b. 1924) USFP 06 September 2000 - 09 October 2002
Ministry of Foreign Affairs an Cooperation Mohamed Benaissa (b. 1937) Independent 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Interior Ahmed Midaoui (b. 1948) Independent 06 September 2000 - 19 September 2001
Ministry of Justice Omar Azziman (b. 1947) Independent 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Habous and Islamic Affairs Abdelkbir Alaoui M’Daghri (b. 1942) Independent 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Employment and Professional Training Abbas El Fassi (b. 1940) Istiqlal 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Urbanism, Territory Planning, Housing and Environment Mohamed El Yazghi (b. 1935) USFP 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Finance, Economy, Privatization and Tourism Fathallah Oualaalou (b. 1942) USFP 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Crafts, Social Economy, General Affairs and small Business Ahmed Lahlimi Alami (b. 1939) USFP 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development, Water and Forest Ismail Alaoui (b. 1940) PPS 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Minister of Trade, Industry, Energy and Mines Mustapha Mansouri (b. 1953) RNI 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Fishing Said Chbaatou (b. 1951) USFP 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Equipment Bouamour Taghouane (b. 1957) Istiqlal 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Transport and Merchant Navy Abdeslam Znined (b. 1934) RNI 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research Najib Zerouali Ouariti (b. 1950) RNI 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Education Abdellah Saaf (b. 1949) USFP 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Health Thami El Khyari (b. 1943) FFD 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Culture and Communication Mohamed Achaari (b. 1951) USFP 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Relations with the Parliament Mohamed Bouzoubaa (b. 1939) USFP 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Human Rights Mohammed Aujjar (b. 1959) RNI 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Sports and Youth Ahmed Moussaoui MP 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Economic Prevision and Planning Abdelhamid Aouad Istiqlal 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Public Services and Modernization of the Administration M’hammed El Khalifa (b. 1939) Istiqlal 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Secretary General of the Government Abdessadeq Rabiaa (b. 1945) Independent 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Delegate-Ministry for the Administration of National Defense Abderrahmane Sbai (b. 1940) Independent 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Delegate-Ministry for Water & Forests Hassan Maaouni (b. 1946) MP 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Delegate-Ministry for Women Conditions, Family and Children Protection Nazha Chekrouni (b. 1955) USFP 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Taieb Fassi Fihri (b. 1958) Independent 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Secretary of State for the Interior Fouad Ali El Himma (b. 1962) Independent 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Secretary of State for Housing Mohamed M’Barki USFP 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Secretary of State for Scientific Research Omar Fassi Fihri (b. 1939) PPS 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Secretary of State for the Technologies of Information and Telecommunication Nasr Hajji (b. 1953) USFP 06 September 2000 - 7 November 2002
Secretary of State for Small Business and Crafts Abdelkrim Benatik (b. 1959) USFP 06 September 2000 - 23 July 2001
Secretary of State for External Trade Abdelkrim Benatik (b. 1959) USFP 23 July 2001 - 7 November 2002
Ministry of Interior Driss Jettou (b. 1945) Independent 19 September 2001 - 7 November 2002
Key Socialist Union of Popular Forces (USFP)
Istiqlal
National Rally of Independents (RNI)
Party of Progress and Socialism (PPS)
Popular Movement (MP)
Front of Democratic Forces (FFD)
Independent

Source: [1]


Abderrahmane el-Youssoufi I 1998-2000[edit]

Cabinet of Abderrahmane Youssoufi I 1998-2000
Portfolio Incumbent Party Term
Prime Minister Abderrahmane Youssoufi (b. 1924) USFP 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Foreign Affairs an Cooperation Abdellatif Filali (b. 1929) Independent 14 March 1998 - 08 April 1999
Ministry of Interior Driss Basri (b. 1938) Independent 14 March 1998 - 09 November 1999
Ministry of Justice Omar Azziman (b. 1947) Independent 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Habous and Islamic Affairs Abdelkbir Alaoui M’Daghri (b. 1942) Independent 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Urbanism, Territory Planning, Housing and Environment Mohamed El Yazghi (b. 1935) USFP 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Finance and Economy Fathallah Oualaalou (b. 1942) USFP 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development and Fishery Habib El Malki (b. 1946) USFP 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Industry, Trade and Crafts Alami Tazi (b. 1930) RNI 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Social Development, Solidarity, Employment, Professional Training and spokesperson of the Government Khalid Alioua (b. 1949) USFP 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Tourism Hassan Sebbar (b. 1943) USFP 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Equipment Bouamour Taghouane (b. 1957) Istiqlal 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Transport and Merchant Navy Mustapha Mansouri (b. 1953) RNI 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Energy and Mines Youssef Tahiri (b. 1949) Istiqlal 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research Najib Zerouali Ouariti (b. 1950) RNI 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Education Ismail Alaoui (b. 1940) PPS 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Health Abdelouahed El Fassi (b. 1949) Istiqlal 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Culture Mohamed Achaari (b. 1951) USFP 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Relations with the Parliament Mohamed Bouzoubaa (b. 1939) USFP 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Human Rights Mohamed Aujjar (b. 1959) RNI 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Sports and Youth Ahmed Moussaoui MP 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Communication Mohamed Larbi Messari (b. 1936) Istiqlal 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Public Services and Reform of the Administration Aziz Hussein (b. 1943) RNI 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of State-Owned Business and Privatization Rachid Filali (b. 1960) Istiqlal 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Secretary General of the Government Abdessadeq Rabiaa (b. 1945) Independent 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Delegate-Ministry for the Administration of National Defense Abderrahmane Sbai (b. 1940) Independent 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Delegate-Ministry for General Affairs Ahmed Lahlimi Alami (b. 1939) USFP 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Delegate-Ministry For Economic Prevision and Planning Abdelhamid Aouad (b. 1940) Istiqlal 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Delegate-Ministry For the Affairs of the Maghreb, Islamic and Arab World Abdeslam Znined (b. 1934) RNI 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Delegate-Ministry For Fishery Thami El Khyari (b. 1943) FFD 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Delegate-Ministry for Water & Forests Said Chbaatou (b. 1951) USFP 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Delegate-Ministry for Secondary and Technical Education Abdellah Saaf (b. 1949) USFP 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Delegate-Ministry for New Information Technology Larbi Ajjoul (b. 1944) USFP 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Secretary of State for Cooperation Aicha Belarbi (b. 1946) USFP 14 March 1998 - 19 July 2000
Secretary of State for the Environment Ahmed Iraki (b. 1948) USFP 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Secretary of State for Housing Mohamed M’barki USFP 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Secretary of State for Crafts Hassan Maaouni (b. 1946) MP 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Secretary of State for Scientific Research Omar Fassi Fihri (b. 1939) PPS 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Secretary of State for Social Protection, Family and Children Mohamed Said Saadi (b. 1947) PPS 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Secretary of State for Solidarity and Humanitarian Action Hammou ouhali (b. 1953) FFD 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Secretary of State for the Handicapped Nezha Chekrouni (b. 1955) USFP 14 March 1998 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Foreign Affairs an Cooperation Mohamed Benaissa (b. 1937) Independent 08 April 1999 - 06 September 2000
Ministry of Interior Ahmed Midaoui (b. 1948) Independent 09 November 1999 - 06 September 2000
Secretary of State for the Interior Fouad Ali Himma (b. 1962) Independent 09 November 1999 - 06 September 2000
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Taieb Fassi Fihri (b. 1958) Independent 25 November 1999 - 06 September 2000
Key Socialist Union of Popular Forces (USFP)
Istiqlal
National Rally of Independents (RNI)
Party of Progress and Socialism (PPS)
Popular Movement (MP)
Front of Democratic Forces (FFD)
Independent

Source: [1]


Abdellatif Filali III 1997-1998[edit]

Cabinet of Abdellatif Filali III 1997-1998
Portfolio Incumbent Party Term
Prime Minister Abdellatif Filali (b. 1929) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Abdellatif Filali (b. 1929) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of State Moulay Ahmed Alaoui (b. 1919) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Interior Driss Basri (b. 1938) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Justice Omar Azziman (b. 1947) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Finance, Trade, Industry and Crafts Driss Jettou (b. 1945) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Agriculture, Equipment and Environment Abdelaziz Meziane Belfkih Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Habous and Islamic Affairs Abdelkbir Alaoui M’Daghri (b. 1942) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Housing, Employment and Vocational Training Mourad Cherif 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Fishery, Administrative Affairs and Relations with the Parliament Mostapha Sahel (b. 1946) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Communication and Spokesperson of the Government Driss Alaoui M’Daghri (b. 1944) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Social Affairs, Health, Youth & Sports and National Cooperation Abdellatif Guerraoui Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Telecommunications Abdeslam Ahizoune Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Culture Driss Khalil 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Education Rachid Belmokhtar (b. 1942) 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Transport, Merchant Navy, Tourism, Energy and Mines Driss Benhima (b. 1954) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary General of the Government Abdessadeq Rabiaa (b. 1945) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Delegate-Ministry for the Administration of National Defense Abderrahmane Sbai (b. 1940) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Delegate-Ministry for the Establishment of the State Abderrahmane Saidi Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Taieb Fassi Fihri (b. 1958) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for Culture Aziza Bennani 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for Finance Abdelfettah Benmansour 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for Trade, Industry and Crafts Abderazzak El Mossadeq (b. 1948) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for the Promotion of Agriculture Abdeladim El Hafi 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for the Environment Houssein Tijani 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for the Development of the Mining Sector Amina Benkhadra (b. 1954) RNI 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for Health Fouad Hammadi 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for National Cooperation Zoulikha Nasri 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for Youth and Sports Nawal El Moutawakil (b. 1962) RNI 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for Human Rights Mohamed Ziane UC 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Key Independent
National Rally of Independents (RNI)
Constitutional Union (UC)

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Abdellatif Filali II 1995-1997[edit]

Cabinet of Abdellatif Filali II 1995-1997
Portfolio Incumbent Party Term
Prime Minister Abdellatif Filali (b. 1929) Independent 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Abdellatif Filali (b. 1929) Independent 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of State Moulay Ahmed Alaoui (b. 1919) Independent 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Interior Driss Basri (b. 1938) Independent 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Justice Abderrahmane Amalou UC 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Finance and External Investments Mohamed Kabbaj UC 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Agriculture and the Promotion of Agricultural Value Hassan Abouyoub (b. 1952) Popular Movement 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Fishery and Merchant Navy Mostapha Sahel (b. 1946) Independent 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Public Works Abdelaziz Meziane Belfkih Independent 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Habous and Islamic Affairs Abdelkbir Alaoui M’Daghri (b. 1942) Independent 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Communication and Spokesperson of the Government Driss Alaoui M’Daghri (b. 1944) Independent 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Trade, Industry and Crafts Driss Jettou (b. 1945) Independent 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Energy and Mines Abdellatif Guerraoui Independent 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Cultural Affairs Abdellah Azmani UC 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of relations with the Parliament Abdeslam Baraka UC 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Public Health Ahmed Alami PND 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Culture Driss Khalil 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Education Rachid Belmokhtar (b. 1942) 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Transport Said Ameskane Popular Movement 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Mail & Telecommunication Hamza Kettani UC 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Youth & Sports and National Cooperation Ahmed Meziane 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Employment and Social Affairs Amine Demnati PND 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Housing Said Fassi 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Tourism Mohamed Alaoui M’Hammedi UC 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of Vocational Training Abdessalam Beroual Popular Movement 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of the Environment Noureddine Benomar Alami (b. 1948) UC 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Ministry of External Trade Mohamed Alami Popular Movement 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Secretary General of the Government Abdessadeq Rabiaa (b. 1945) Independent 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Delegate-Ministry attached to the Prime Minister Abderrahmane Sbai (b. 1940) Independent 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Delegate-Ministry for the Establishement of the State Abderrahmane Saidi Independent 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Delegate-Ministry for Administrative Affairs Messaoud Mansouri Popular Movement 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Delegate-Ministry for the Promotion of the Economy Mohamed Hama Popular Movement 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Delegate-Ministry for Human Rights Mohamed Ziane UC 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Delegate-Ministry for Housing Lamine Benomar PND 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Taieb Fassi Fihri (b. 1958) Independent 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Under-Secretary of State for the Moroccans Living Abroad Lahcen Gaboune PND 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Under-Secretary of State for the Union of the Arab Maghreb Abdelaziz Messioui UC 27 February 1995 - 13 August 1997
Key Constitutional Union (UC)
Popular Movement (MP)
National Democratic Party (PND)
Independent

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Abdellatif Filali I 1994-1995[edit]

Cabinet of Abdellatif Filali I 1994-1995
Portfolio Incumbent Party Term
Prime Minister Abdellatif Filali (b. 1929) Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Abdellatif Filali (b. 1929) Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of State Moulay Ahmed Alaoui (b. 1919) Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Interior Driss Basri (b. 1938) Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Justice Mohamed Idrissi Alami Machichi (b. ?) Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Public Health Abderrahim Harouchi (b. 1944) Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Finance and Investments Mohamed Saghou Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Education Mohamed Knidri Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Fishery and Merchant Navy Mostapha Sahel (b. 1946) Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Public Works and Professional Training. Mohamed Hassad (b. 1952) Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Transport Rachidi Ghezouani Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Mail and Communication Abdeslam Ahizoune Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Agriculture and the Promotion of Agriculture Value Abdelaziz Meziane Belfkih Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Youth & Sports Driss Alaoui M’daghri Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Trade and Industry Driss Jettou (b. 1945) Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Habous and Islamic Affairs Abdelkbir Alaoui M’Daghri (b. 1942) Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Employment and Social Affairs Rafiq Haddaoui Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Energy and Mines Abellatif Guerraoui Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Cultural Affairs Allal Sinaceur Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Housing Driss toulali Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of Tourism Serge Berdugo Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Ministry of External Trade, External Investements and Crafts Mourad Cherif Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
General Secretary of the Government Abdessadek Rabiaa (b. 1945) Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Delegate-Ministry for Administrative Affairs Aziz Hasbi Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Delegate-Ministry to the Prime Minister Abderrahmane Sbai (b. 1940) Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Delegate-Ministry for the Moroccans Living Abroad Ahmed Ouardi Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Delegate-Ministry for Relations with the Parliament Mohamed Mouatassim Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Delegate-Ministry for the Leveling of the Economy Omar Kabbaj Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Delegate-Ministry for Human Rights Omar Azziman (b. 1947) Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Delegate-Ministry for the Establishement of the State Abderrahmane Saidi Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Taieb Fassi Fihri (b. 1958) Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995
Under-Secretary of State for the Environment Chaouki Sarghini Independent 07 June 1994 - 31 January 1995

Source: [1]


See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h "Historique des governement". Maroc.ma. Retrieved 11 June 2012. 
  2. ^ "Morocco - Central Intelligence Agency". CIA. Retrieved 12 June 2012. 

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