Mbarek Bekkay

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Mbarek Bekkay
Mbarek Bekkay at an official reception ceremony in Tetouan, December 1956.
Prime Minister of Morocco
In office
7 December 1955 – 15 April 1958
Monarch Mohammed V
Preceded by Muhammad al-Muqri as Grand Vizier of the Sherifan Empire
Succeeded by Ahmed Balafrej
Personal details
Born (1907-01-01)1 January 1907
Berkane, Morocco
Died 12 April 1961(1961-04-12) (aged 54)
Rabat, Morocco
Political party None
Religion Sunni Islam

Mbarek Bekkay (1907 in Berkane, Morocco – 12 April 1961) was the Prime Minister of Morocco between December 7, 1955 and April 15, 1958.[1] Bekkay held the rank of colonel in the French army.[2]


Preceded by
Prime Minister of Morocco
1955 - 1958
Succeeded by
Ahmed Balafrej