|Director General of the DGED|
|Preceded by||Ahmed Harchi|
|Director of the DGI
(Direction des Affaires Générales Intérieures)
March 2003 – February 2005
|Director of the MAP|
November 1999 – March 2003
April 2, 1962 |
|Alma mater||Collège Royale de Rabat|
Yassine Mansouri (Arabic: ياسين المنصوري; born 2 April 1962–Boujad, Morocco) is the director of Morocco's external intelligence agency, the DGED (French: Direction Généraleء des Etudes et de la Documentation). Like other influential civil servants in Morocco, he was a classmate of Mohammed VI at the Collège Royal of Rabat.
Yassine Mansouri was first appointed as the director of the MAP (Maghreb Arabe Presse) in November 1999, then as director of the Direction des Affaires Générales Intérieures at the Ministry of the Interior.
The press described him as very reserved, shy and discreet. He is the son of Haj Abderahman Mansouri, a dignitary originally from Bzou who, after the independence of Morocco, became a Judge in Boujad. Yassine Mansouri has 4 children.