Mbarek Bekkay at an official reception ceremony in Tetouan, December 1956.
|1st Prime Minister of Morocco|
7 December 1955 – 15 April 1958
|Preceded by||Muhammad al-Muqri as Grand Vizier of the Sherifan Empire|
|Succeeded by||Ahmed Balafrej|
18 April 1907|
12 April 1961 (aged 53)|
Mbarek Bekkay (Arabic: مبارك البكاي; April 18, 1907 in Berkane, Morocco – April 12, 1961) was the Prime Minister of Morocco between December 7, 1955 and April 15, 1958. Bekkay held the rank of colonel in the French army.
Mbarek Bekkay was born to the Berber beni iznassn tribe in 1907. He attended the Military School of Dar El Beida, the present military academy of Meknes, from which he went out to lieutenant and joined the French army. He served excellently in World War II and rose to lieutenant colonel rank.
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| Prime Minister of Morocco
1955 - 1958
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