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Old 01-11-2005, 05:21 AM
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concerning the article of EL MundoI don't find expensive the hotel’s expenses (for a prince) and as I already say it, that is with his money that the prince pays for his holidays
It is very evident that royals have lands/investments etc, which generates money; but plus to that the Moroccan prince/princesses get also a big monthly salary (thanks to their father who tought about that) even the prince/princesses do not have any official duties nor a job in the government.

"Telquel" magazine in Morocco wrote recently an article about the king/MRF salaries and said: "Même s’il n’a rien de secret, le budget de la monarchie fait peur aux Marocains. Ni les médias, ni les députés (censés pourtant le discuter) n’osent encore s’y intéresser de trop près. Et pour cause : depuis l’indépendance, le tabou a été soigneusement cultivé."

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"Even nothing is secret, the budget of the monarchy scares to the Moroccans. Nor the media, nor the representatives (supposed nevertheless to discuss it) do interest of too near. And for causes: since the independence, the taboo carefully was cultivated."


The part of the article down is from http://www.telquel-online.com/156/co...re_156_1.shtml

Ce chiffre mensuel de 2,2 millions de dirhams est affecté aux "listes civiles". Il faut relever le pluriel, car dans cette somme sont également englobés les salaires de Moulay Rachid, ainsi que des princes et princesses royaux proches. Lesquels? Et combien touche chacun et chacune ? Le budget de l’état ne donne pas de détails. On sait juste que Mohammed VI lui-même touche, en contrepartie de sa fonction de chef d’état, 395.916 dirhams par mois – ce qui reste relativement raisonnable, comparé aux hauts salaires des chefs d’entreprises publiques. Mais attention, la famille royale a des "à-côtés budgétaires", instaurés par feu Hassan II. Le budget de l'état prévoit en effet une pension et rente mensuelles de 1,8 million de dirhams. Ce montant englobe les pensions versées aux frères et sœurs du roi, lui compris. Sans oublier que Moulay Rachid et ses sœurs ont leurs propres listes civiles versées par l'état en contrepartie de leurs fonctions officielles. Selon quelle ventilation, le budget ne le dit pas. Mais un document interne du Palais datant de 1984, que nous avons pu nous procurer, atteste que l’ex-prince héritier Sidi Mohammed percevait un salaire mensuel de 15.000 dirhams, contre 30.000 dirhams pour Moulay Abdellah et 55.000 dirhams, à répartir entre les sœurs de Hassan II.

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This monthly figure of 2,2 millions of dirhams is affected to the "civil lists". It is necessary to raise the plural one, for in this sum are equally included the salaries of Moulay Rachid, as well as princes and near royal princesses. Which these? And how much touches each and each? The budget of l’état does not give any details. One knows just that Mohammed VI himself touches, in compensation of his function of boss d’état, 395.916 dirhams a months – this that remains comparatively reasonable, compared to the high salaries of the bosses d’entreprises public. But attention, the royal family has of the "budget side issues", established by fire Hassan II. The budget of the state foresees in fact a pension and monthly revenues of 1,8 millions of dirhams. This amount includes the versed pensions to the brothers and sœurs of the king, understand for him. Without forgetting that Moulay Rachid and its sœurs have their clean civil lists versed by the state in compensation of their official functions. According to which ventilation, the budget does not say it. But an internal document of the Palace dateing back to 1984, that we were able to obtain ourselves, testifies that l’ex-prince heir Sidi Mohammed perceived a monthly salary of 15.000 dirhams, against 30.000 dirhams for Moulay Abdellah and 55.000 dirhams, to divide up between the sisters of Hassan II.
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Old 01-11-2005, 08:49 AM
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Personally, the man that J.P Tucquoi describes. doesn't seems me pleasant, and he reinforces me in the opinion that I have of the Prince Rachid

J.P. Tucquoi doesn't work in a sensationalist newspaper but in the very serious newspaper French "Le Monde ", and I strongly doubt that he wrote a book basing on rumors
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Old 01-11-2005, 10:52 AM
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Rosa, I think, that you have too confidence in the French journalists, sometimes, they can mistake or to be deceived

J.P.Tucquoi is certainly a serious journalist, but he could be misled by the prince's enemies, some people don't hesitate to say anything by spitefulness or by political calculation

Or whole is amplified, maybe the prince likes to do the feast from time to time and to look at the pretty girls (like all men), and in the mouth of these people he became a confirmed reveler and a lover women, it can have several explanations

Personally, I can't judge bad the prince because he makes his work well and as I already say it, I believe only what I see

Abir, maybe you think that what is bestowed to the prince is excessive, but it is legal and therefore, the prince doesn't do anything of bad
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Old 01-11-2005, 01:55 PM
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Abir, maybe you think that what is bestowed to the prince is excessive, but it is legal and therefore, the prince doesn't do anything of bad
You are right, it's legal and this is the big problem. That salary was imposed by his father and as the magzine said: Ni les médias, ni les députés (censés pourtant le discuter) n’osent encore s’y intéresser de trop près. Et pour cause : depuis l’indépendance, le tabou a été soigneusement cultivé."

I beleive lot of parents love their children have the same salary ...... or at least a reasonable one and by merit :)
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Old 01-12-2005, 05:00 AM
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Rosa, I think, that you have too confidence in the French journalists, sometimes, they can mistake or to be deceived

J.P.Tucquoi is certainly a serious journalist, but he could be misled by the prince's enemies, some people don't hesitate to say anything by spitefulness or by political calculation

Or whole is amplified, maybe the prince likes to do the feast from time to time and to look at the pretty girls (like all men), and in the mouth of these people he became a confirmed reveler and a lover women, it can have several explanations
what said Tucquoi is in accorandance with what said el mundo, and scotich newspaper, I don't think that they tell lie about this Prince, because he isn't a media prince
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Old 01-15-2005, 11:44 AM
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prince moulay rachid assisting Funeral of Josephine-Charlotte
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Old 01-16-2005, 12:16 PM
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two more from yesterday's funeral
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Old 02-03-2005, 04:42 PM
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Prince Moulay Rachid represents HM King Mohammed VI in Dakar’s Agricultural Davos

Dakar, Feb.03 – Prince Moulay Rachid arrived this Thursday in Dakar to represent HM King Mohammed VI in the “Agricultural Davos”, an international forum on agriculture to open on Friday.

Several heads of state and government, including the French president, are scheduled to attend the conference themed, the "world farming divide”.

The agricultural development policy adopted by Morocco will be on the agenda of the forum, Senegalese minister of Information, Bacar Dia, had announced.

"Round-tables will be held on the success-stories of agricultural development policies in India, Brazil, Morocco and South Africa”, the official told a press conference.

He went that the heads of state of Egypt, South Africa, Niger, Nigeria, Brazil, Uganda, Algeria, Burkina Faso and Mali are expected in the forum which “reflects a strong political will to put an end to the world agricultural gap and is set to be a framework for the exchange of innovative ideas likely to lend efficiency and sustainability to the agriculture sector in the southern countries”.

Some 500 participants from the political, economic and scientific circles, and delegates of the African civil society, private enterprises and farmers organizations are scheduled to attend the meeting. Senegalese authorities have also invited the UNO secretary general, directors-general of the FAO and the WTO, as well as leaders of international and African financial institutions and organizations.

A meeting of anti-globalisation activists, in the presence of the French renowned militant José Bové, will be held in the fringes of the Dakar forum.



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Old 02-11-2005, 05:34 AM
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S.A.R. le Prince Moulay Rachid inaugure à Casablanca le Salon du livre : mettre la culture à la portée de tous
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Old 02-17-2005, 02:25 AM
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HRH Prince Moulay Rachid receives WIPO Director General

Rabat, Feb. 16 – HRH Prince Moulay Rachid received, here Wednesday, the Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Kamil Idris.

WIPO DG will take part in the meetings of the permanent commission for IP certificate due to take place in Casablanca on February 16-17.

Kamil Idris was elected Director General of the WIPO in September 1997, and re-elected for a second 6-year term in 2003.
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Old 02-17-2005, 11:00 AM
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I think he lost some weight
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Old 03-02-2005, 04:28 AM
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beautiful jacket and smile:)
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Old 03-05-2005, 06:51 AM
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other photo of prince moulay rachid
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Old 03-07-2005, 06:13 AM
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05/03/05 (Rabat)

the Souissi hippodrome in Rabat, the ceremony of discount of His Highness's Big Price the president of United Emirates (EEAU) Sheik Khalifa Ben Zayed Al - Nahyane, counting for the international day of the horses pure Arabian blood of EAU
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Old 03-07-2005, 06:39 AM
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I think this photo has been taken at the time of the homage to the victims of the attempt of madrid
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Old 03-10-2005, 01:39 PM
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HRH Prince Moulay Rachid takes part in closing session of Madrid Summit


Madrid, Mar. 10 - HRH Prince Moulay Rachid arrived, here Thursday, to take part in the closing session of the International Summit on Democracy, Terrorism and Security in Madrid.


The Prince (younger brother of HM King Mohammed VI) is accompanied by Morocco's Minister of the Interior, El Mostapha Sahel.

The UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, Spain's king, Juan Carlos I, Spanish Premier, José Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, will intervene in the closing session of the International Summit, where Annan is expected to announce a new UN strategy for combating terrorism.

Participants will present, Friday, in a document titled "Madrid Agenda", the guidelines to help democracies overcome international terrorism. A strategy that will take into consideration the imperatives of preserving citizens' and groups' security and the protection of freedoms.

The summit is taking place on the eve of the celebration of the first anniversary of the Madrid blasts that killed 192 people and injured more than 1,900.
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Old 03-11-2005, 04:19 PM
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MADRID, SPAIN: (from L to R) Norwegian Prime Minister Kjell Magne Bondevik, UN General Secretary Koffi Annan, Moroccan King's brother Prince Moulay Rachid and President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan, chat moments before observing five minutes of silence in memory of victims of last years train bombings during the inauguration of 'Bosque de los Ausentes' (Forest of the Missing) in Madrid, 11 March 2005. In schools, workplaces and on the streets, Spain fell silent for five minutes on Friday in memory of the 191 people who died in Madrid a year ago when terrorists blew up four commuter trains in the worst attack in the country's history.
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Old 03-14-2005, 10:15 AM
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another photo in spain
he is very well proportionate and his costmes suit him very well:)
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Old 03-14-2005, 07:02 PM
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prince moulay rachid attend the memorial of 11-M in madrid:
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another photo in spain
he is very well proportionate and his costmes suit him very well:)
I think that it is his tailor who is excellent, because he camouflage everything that is not well proportionate
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