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    Photo dated March 12, 1956 in Rabat of Moroccan ministers who, at the request of Sultan Mohammed V, wear traditional clothes for the first Friday prayer since the proclamation of independence. In the first row, in the center, the crown prince Moulay Hassan II. Only the PTT minister, Dr Benzagen, who is Jewish, kept the European costume.



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    Photo dated October 27, 1956 of the Sultan of Morocco Mohammed Ben Youssef surrounded by members of the new government. From left to right, Idriss M’Hammedi, Abdelmalek Faraj, Mohamed el Fassi, Redha Guedira, Bekkai Ben M’barek Lahbil (Prime Minister), Abdelkrim Benjelloun, King Mohammed V, Ahmed Balafrej, Abderrahim Boubid, Omar Abdeljellil, Abdallah Ibrahim , Rachid Mouline, Mhamed Douiri, Mhamed Zeghari. Morocco, which had been under French protectorate since 1912, proclaimed its independence on March 2, 1956.



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    Photo taken in Rabat dated December 27, 1958 of King Mohammed V surrounded by members of the new government formed on December 24, 1958, with from left to right, in the 1st row, Minister of Labor Mohamed Maâti Bouabid, Minister of Justice Mohamed Bahnini, the President of the Council and Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdellah Ibrahim, the King, the Vice-President of the Council and Minister of National Economy and Finance Abderrahim Bouabid, the Minister of Health Youssef Belabbès and the Minister of PTT Mohamed Medbouh ; in the 2nd row, the Minister of Public Works Abderrahmane Benabdelali, the Minister of National Defense Mohamed Aouad, the Crown Prince Moulay Hassan, the Minister of Agriculture Thami Ammar, the Minister of the Interior Driss M’hammedi and the Minister of National Education Abdelkrim Benjelloun Touimi.



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    King Hassan II surrounded by members of his government in March 1961 in the throne room of the royal palace in Casablanca. He acceded to the throne after the death of his father King Mohammed V. Hassan II is the 20th in the line of Filali sherifs, or descendants of the Prophet, who have ruled Morocco since 1631.



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    Family photo of the first government after King Mohammed VI’s accession to the throne. The young monarch in the company of Prime Minister Abderrahmane Youssoufi and the only two women ministers, Aicha Belarbi in charge of cooperation, and Nezha Chakrouni in charge of the disabled, on August 2, 1999 following his first cabinet meeting at the royal palace in Rabat.



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    The government, led by Abbas El Fassi of the Istiqlal party, in Rabat after an oath-taking ceremony on October 15, 2007.



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    King Mohammed VI accompanied by Crown Prince Moulay Hassan during a family photo of the new government led by moderate Islamist Prime Minister Abdelilah Benkirane on January 3, 2012 at the royal palace in Rabat. The PJD will be the first Islamist party in Moroccan history to lead the government after winning the most seats in the November 25 elections. With 107 MPs, Benkirane’s movement could not control the 395 seats in parliament on its own and formed a broad coalition with several other parties.



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    King Mohammed VI posing with the ministers of his newly appointed government on October 10, 2013 at the Royal Palace in Rabat. The new Islamist-led government comes to end a months-long crisis triggered by the defection of a key coalition partner. Photo credit: AFP



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    Moroccan King Mohammed VI, Crown Prince Moulay Hassan and new Prime Minister Saadeddine Othmani, posing with other ministers in the royal palace in Rabat on April 5, 2017.



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    The new government of Morocco appointed by King Mohammed VI on October 07, 2021 at the Royal Palace in Fes. Photo credit: MAP

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