Ahmed Balafrej in 1950
|Prime Minister of Morocco|
12 May 1958 – 13 December 1958
|Preceded by||Mbarek Bekkay|
|Succeeded by||Abdallah Ibrahim|
5 September 1908|
|Died||14 April 1990
Balafraj, who wanted to keep Morocco neutral, served as Foreign Minister until November 13, 1963, when King Hassan II replaced him after the resolution of the Sand War with Algeria. Balafraj, considered the second most powerful man in the government after Hassan II (who was both monarch and prime minister), was re-assigned to a nominal post as "personal representative of the King". 
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|Prime Minister of Morocco
1958 - 1958
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