Mohamed Benhima

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Mohamed Benhima, (Arabic: محمد بنهيمة; June 25, 1924–November 23, 1992)[1] was born in Safi (Asfi) from Taïbi Benhima and Rkia Benhida. He was the 5th Prime Minister of Morocco between July 7, 1967 and October 6, 1969. He died on November 23, 1992 in Rabat.[2] He was also Minister of Education and Minister of the Interior.

Personal life[edit]

He is the father of Driss Benhima, the CEO of Royal Air Maroc.

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Preceded by
Hassan II
Prime Minister of Morocco
1967 - 1969
Succeeded by
Ahmed Laraki