Fahs-Anjra Province

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Fahs-Anjra

عمالة الفحص أنجرة
Coordinates: 35°44′N 5°40′W / 35.733°N 5.667°W / 35.733; -5.667Coordinates: 35°44′N 5°40′W / 35.733°N 5.667°W / 35.733; -5.667
Country Morocco
RegionTanger-Tetouan-Al Hoceima
CapitalAnjra
Area
 • Total332 km2 (128 sq mi)
Population
 (September 2014)[1]
 • Total76,447
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)

Fahs-Anjra is a province located in the Tanger-Tetouan-Al Hoceima Region of Morocco. It was created by Royal decree in 2003.[2] Its population in 2004 was 97,295.[3]

A new city, Ch'rafate, is currently being built there. It was announced by the king in 2009 and should be complete by 2020.[4]

Subdivisions[edit]

The prefecture is divided administratively into the following:[3]

Name Geographic code Type Households Population (2004) Foreign population Moroccan population Notes
Anjra 227.03.05. Rural commune 2681 15035 1 15034
Jouamaa 227.03.11. Rural commune 1251 7173 1 7172
Ksar El Majaz 227.03.13. Rural commune 1735 8949 3 8946
Taghramt 227.03.21. Rural commune 2717 13362 3 13359
Al Bahraoyine 227.05.01. Rural commune 2093 10501 7 10494
Ksar Sghir 227.05.05. Rural commune 2244 10995 2 10993
Laaouama 227.05.07. Rural commune 3834 20541 1 20540
Malloussa 227.05.09. Rural commune 2134 10739 0 10739

References[edit]

  1. ^ "POPULATION LÉGALE DES RÉGIONS, PROVINCES, PRÉFECTURES, MUNICIPALITÉS, ARRONDISSEMENTS ET COMMUNES DU ROYAUME D'APRÈS LES RÉSULTATS DU RGPH 2014" (in Arabic and French). High Commission for Planning, Morocco. 8 April 2015. Retrieved 13 December 2018.
  2. ^ "Décret 2-03-527 du 13 rejeb 1424 (10 septembre 2003) modifiant et complétant le dahir 1-59-351 du 1er joumada II 1379 (2 Décembre 1959) relatif à la division administrative du Royaume" (PDF). Bulletin officiel du Royaume du Maroc (5144): 853. 18 September 2003. ISSN 0851-1217. Retrieved 7 November 2011.[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ a b "Recensement général de la population et de l'habitat de 2004" (PDF). Haut-commissariat au Plan, Lavieeco.com. Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 April 2012. Retrieved 22 April 2012. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  4. ^ launches construction works of $ 2.9bln new city north of Morocco, January 2009, accessed February 2013