10/11/2013 (press release: media1press)
His Majesty King Mohammed VI presided Thursday, October 10, 2013 at the Royal Palace of Rabat, the naming ceremony of the new government.
This event marks once again the exception of Morocco and its democratic model, under the leadership of His Majesty the King. The Kingdom continues, with confidence , towards the consolidation of its democratic institutions, far from the turbulence that continues to shake the countries of the region.
Throughout the process leading to the inauguration of the new government, all political parties played constructive role, despite their differences, with transparency and constitutional and democratic principles.
Since the beginning of the process, His Majesty The King has been a keen listener and has reacted promptly to events as they happened in order to guarantee continuity and smooth functioning of government institutions.
Immediately after the Istiqlal party declared it would withdraw from government, HM the King called on Hamid Chabat, it’s Secretary General to inquire about the reasons of withdrawal. Then the King immediately asked the Prime Minister to form a new government in order to keep all government functions operating for the service of the people. Despite the length of the processes, institutions and state administration have continued to operate normally and without crisis. This situation reflects the historical and institutional depth of the Kingdom enlightened leadership, which puts among its priorities the continuity and stability of the country.
Here are the government members:
Abdelilah Benkirane : Head of Government .
Abdellah Baha: Minister of State.
Mohamed Hassad: Minister of the Interior.
Salaheddine Mezouar, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation.
Mustapha Ramid: Minister of Justice.
Ahmed Toufiq : Minister of Endowments and Islamic Affairs .
Driss Dahak: Secretary General of the Government.
Mohamed Boussaid : Minister of Economy and Finance.
Mohand Laensar: Minister of Planning and Development
Mohamed Nabil Benabdellah: Minister of Housing and Urban Planning.
Aziz Akhannouch : Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries .
Rachid Belmokhtar : Minister of National Education and Vocational Training.
Lahcen Daoudi: Minister of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Training.
Aziz Rebbah : Minister of Equipment, Transport and Logistics .
Moulay Hafid El Alamy: Minister of Industry, Trade, Investment and the Digital Economy.
Mohamed Ouzzine: Minister of Youth and Sports.
Lahoucine Louardi: Minister of Health.
Mustapha El Khalfi : Minister of Communication , spokesman of the government.
Abdelkader Amara : Minister of Energy , Mining , Water and the Environment .
Lahcen Haddad, Minister of Tourism.
Bassima Hakkaoui : Minister of Solidarity , Women , Family and Social Development .
Ahmed Amine Sbihi: Minister of Culture.
Anis Birou : Minister of Moroccan Expatriates and Migration Affairs.
El Habib Choubani : Minister for Relations with Parliament and Civil Society.
Fatema Marouane : Minister of Crafts , social and solidarity economy .
Abdesslam Seddiki : Minister of Employment and Social Affairs .
Abdeltif Loudyi : Minister Delegate to the Head of Government for the administration of National Defense .
Cherki Draiss : Minister Delegate to the Minister of the Interior.
Mbarka Bouaida : Minister Delegate to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation .
Mohamed El Ouafa : Minister Delegate to the Head of Government in charge of General Affairs and Governance .
Mohamed Abbou : Minister Delegate to the Minister of Industry , Trade , Investment and the Digital Economy , in charge of Foreign Trade.
Abdeladim Guerrouj : Minister Delegate to the Minister of National Education and Vocational Training.
Soumiya Benkhaldoun : Minister Delegate to the Minister of Higher Education , Scientific Research and Executive Training .
Mohamed Najib Boulif : Minister Delegate to the Minister of Infrastructure, Transport and Logistics , for Transport.
Idriss Azami Idrissi : Minister Delegate to the Minister of Economy and Finance for the Budget .
Mohamed Moubdii: Minister Delegate to the Head of Government, for civil service and Modernization of Public and administration.
Hakima El Hiti: Minister Delegate to the Minister of Energy, Mining, Water and Environment, for the environment.
Charafat Afilal: Minister Delegate to the Minister of Energy, Mining, Water and the Environment, for Water.
Mamoun Bouhadhoud : Minister Delegate to the Minister of Industry , Trade , investment and the Digital Economy for SMEs and the integration of the informal sector.
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