List of heads of government of Morocco

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President of the Government of the Kingdom of Morocco
Président du Gouvernement du Royaume du Maroc
رئيس حكومة المملكة المغربية
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Coat of Arms of Morocco
Abdelilah Benkirane DAVOS.jpeg
Incumbent
Abdelilah Benkirane

since 29 November 2011
Appointer Mohammed VI
Inaugural holder Mbarek Bekkay
Formation 7 December 1955
Website :::موقع رئيس الحكومة:::
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The President of the Government of the Kingdom of Morocco is the head of government of Morocco and serves in a position akin to that of a Prime Minister. The President is appointed by the King of Morocco. The incumbent President is Abdelilah Benkirane, who was appointed on 29 November 2011.

List of Prime Ministers of Morocco (1955–Present)[edit]

Parties

      Independent       Istiqlal Party       FDIC       National Rally of Independents       Constitutional Union       Socialist Union of Popular Forces       Justice and Development Party

# Portrait Name
(Born-Died)
Term of Office Party Legislature King
1 Bekkay.jpg Mbarek Bekkay
مبارك البكاي
(1907–1961)[1]
7 December 1955 12 May 1958 Independent None Mohammed V
محمد الخامس
Mohammed V.jpg
(1955–1961)
2 Balafrej2wiki.png Ahmed Balafrej
أحمد بلافريج
(1908–1990)
12 May 1958 16 December 1958 Istiqlal Party
3 Coat of arms of Morocco.svg Abdallah Ibrahim
عبد الله إبراهيم
(1918–2005)
16 December 1958 20 May 1960 Istiqlal Party
4 Mohammed V.jpg Mohammed V
محمد الخامس
(1909–1961)
20 May 1960 26 February 1961
(died in office)
Independent
5 DF-SC-83-08526.jpg Hassan II
الحسن الثاني
(1929–1999)
26 February 1961 13 November 1963 Independent Hassan II
الحسن الثاني
DF-SC-83-08526.jpg
(1961–1999)
6 Coat of arms of Morocco.svg Ahmed Bahnini
أحمد بحنيني
(1909–1971)
13 November 1963 7 June 1965 FDIC I (1963)
7 DF-SC-83-08526.jpg Hassan II
الحسن الثاني
(1929–1999)
7 June 1965 7 July 1967 Independent
8 Coat of arms of Morocco.svg Mohamed Benhima
محمد بنهيمة
(1924–1992)
7 July 1967 6 October 1969 FDIC
9 Coat of arms of Morocco.svg Ahmed Laraki
أحمد العراقي
(b. 1931)
6 October 1969 6 August 1971 Istiqlal Party
10 Coat of arms of Morocco.svg Mohammed Karim Lamrani
محمد كريم العمراني
(b. 1919)
6 August 1971 2 November 1972 Independent II (1970)
11 Coat of arms of Morocco.svg Ahmed Osman
أحمد عصمان
(b. 1930)
2 November 1972 22 March 1979 National Rally of Independents
12 Coat of arms of Morocco.svg Maati Bouabid
المعطي بوعبيد
(1927–1996)
22 March 1979 30 November 1983 Constitutional Union III (1977)
13 Coat of arms of Morocco.svg Mohammed Karim Lamrani
محمد كريم العمراني
(b. 1919)
30 November 1983 30 September 1986 Independent
10 Coat of arms of Morocco.svg Azzeddine Laraki
عز الدين العراقي
(1929–2010)
30 September 1986 11 August 1992 Independent IV (1984)
14 Coat of arms of Morocco.svg Mohammed Karim Lamrani
محمد كريم العمراني
(b. 1919)
11 August 1992 25 May 1994 Independent
15 Coat of arms of Morocco.svg Abdellatif Filali
عبد اللطيف الفلالي
(1928–2009)
25 May 1994 4 February 1998 Independent V (1993)
16 Coat of arms of Morocco.svg Abderrahmane Youssoufi
عبد الرحمن اليوسفي
(b. 1924)
4 February 1998 9 October 2002 Socialist Union of Popular Forces VI (1997)
17 Driss Jettou.jpg Driss Jettou
إدريس جطو
(b. 1945)
9 October 2002 19 September 2007 Independent VII (2002) Mohammed VI
محمد السادس
Mohammed VI.png
(1999–present)
18 Abbas El fassi 08.jpg Abbas El Fassi
عباس الفاسي
(b. 1940)
19 September 2007 29 November 2011 Istiqlal Party VIII (2007)
19 Abdelilah Benkirane DAVOS.jpeg Abdelilah Benkirane
عبد الإله بنكيران
(b. 1954)
29 November 2011 Incumbent Justice and Development Party IX (2011)

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Appointed as Prime Minister while the Sultanate of Morocco was still divided between French and Spanish protectorates. Served as Prime Minister of the independent Sultanate of Morocco from 2 March 1956, and as Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Morocco from 14 August 1957.

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