Mohammed Karim Lamrani

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Mohammed Karim Lamrani
7th Prime Minister of Morocco
In office
11 August 1992 – 25 May 1994
MonarchHassan II
Preceded byAzzeddine Laraki
Succeeded byAbdellatif Filali
In office
30 November 1983 – 30 September 1986
Preceded byMaati Bouabid
Succeeded byAzzeddine Laraki
In office
6 August 1971 – 2 November 1972
Preceded byAhmed Laraki
Succeeded byAhmed Osman
Personal details
Born(1919-05-01)1 May 1919
Fes, Morocco
Died20 September 2018(2018-09-20) (aged 99)
Casablanca
Political partyIndependent

Mohammed Karim Lamrani (Arabic: محمد كريم العمراني‎; 1 May 1919 – 20 September 2018)[1] was a Moroccan politician who was the Prime Minister of Morocco for three separate terms.

Early life[edit]

Lamrani was born in Fes on 1 May 1919.[2]

Career[edit]

Lamrani served as a prime minister three times: from 6 August 1971 to 2 November 1972, then from 30 November 1983 and 30 September 1986 and lastly from 11 August 1992 to 25 May 1994.[3] The last government he led was a caretaker government, replacing Azeddine Laraki.[4] Lamrani also owned a phosphate company and served as an economic advisor to the Moroccan governments.[4]

Business[edit]

Lamrani was also a businessperson in Morocco. He created a holding (Groupe Safari), which is now run by his daughter Saida.[5] The holding has many investments, in particular, it holds stakes in Crédit du Maroc, Socodam Davum, and SMEIA, the exclusive dealer of BMW and Land Rover in Morocco.[5]

Death[edit]

Lamrani died on 20 September 2018 at the age of 99 of natural causes.[6][7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://lematin.ma/express/2018/mohamed-karim-lamrani-n-plus/301073.html
  2. ^ Political Handbook and Atlas of the World
  3. ^ "Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco: Government". Archived from the original on 20 April 2013. Retrieved 18 April 2013.
  4. ^ a b "Caretaker government named in Morocco". The Daily Gazette. Rabat. 12 August 1992. Retrieved 22 December 2012.
  5. ^ a b "Les cinq futures fortunes du Maroc à suivre selon Forbes". Telquel. 15 May 2014. Retrieved 15 May 2014.
  6. ^ https://www.medias24.com/MAROC/Les-plus-de-Medias-24/185937-Deces-de-Mohamed-Karim-Lamrani.html
  7. ^ http://www.mapnews.ma/en/top-news/general/former-prime-minister-mohamed-karim-lamrani-passes-away