Ahmed Osman (politician)

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Ahmed Osman
8th Prime Minister of Morocco
In office
November 2, 1972 – March 22, 1979
Monarch Hassan II
Preceded by Mohammed Karim Lamrani
Succeeded by Maati Bouabid
Personal details
Born (1930-01-03) January 3, 1930 (age 87)
Oujda, Morocco
Political party National Rally of Independents
Spouse(s) Princess Lalla Nuzha of Morocco (1964–1977)
Children Moulay Nawfal Osman
Parents Muhammad Osman
Sofia Malti

Ahmed Osman (Arabic: أحمد عصمان; born January 3, 1930 in Oujda, Morocco) was the Prime Minister of Morocco between November 2, 1972 and March 22, 1979.[1] He was married to Princess Lalla Nuzha of Morocco since 1964 to 1977, a sister of King Hassan II. He is also founder of the National Rally of Independents.

Secretary General Ministry of National Defence (1959–1961), Ambassador to Federal Republic of Germany (1961–1962), and the United States (1967–1972), Under Secretary Ministry of Mines and Industry (1962–1964), President of the Moroccan General Navigation Company (1964–1967), Prime Minister (1972–1979), President of the National Rally of Independents (RNI) since 1977, President of the National Assembly (1984–1992).[2]

Honours [2][edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Political Leaders:Morocco". 
  2. ^ a b "MOROCCO12". royalark.net. Retrieved 2015-03-04. 
Preceded by
Mohammed Karim Lamrani
Prime Minister of Morocco
1972 - 1979
Succeeded by
Maati Bouabid