Royal Family of Morocco: Articles, Interviews & Speeches

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Not so bad for non-Muslims in Morocco
..King Mohammed VI, who ascended to the throne in 1999, made a strategic decision to introduce democratic reforms and restructure the legal system so that Morocco can move toward becoming an inclusive, multi-religious society, one which better adheres to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), which is partly dedicated to progress on religious freedom...
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Africa’s First Lady of Style
Meet Princess Lalla Salma of Morocco, (born Salma Bennani on May 10, 1978 in Fez, Morocco) wife of King Mohammed VI of Morocco and the first wife of a Moroccan ruler to have been publicly acknowledged and given a royal title.
Africa’s First Lady of Style… |
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Being a Paying Guest of the King
Once upon a time there was a young King of Morocco, who was said to be the seventh richest monarch in the world. King Mohammed VI ascended to the throne in 1999, descendant of more than a 1,000 years of sultans but, being a modern man, he drove his own car, championed women's rights and took only one wife.
North Africa’s Sun King
.... Soon after, King Mohamed VI issued a royal decree making the development of alternative energy one of his top priorities.
He also put a legal framework in place to encourage European investment and has managed to limit instability in a region known for political tumult.....Link

Stay the night: Royal Mansour, Marrakech
Mohammed VI issued an edict for a sumptuous hotel, and lo! It came to pass. Adrian Mourby reports.
Expectations were sky high when the Royal Mansour opened in June. This was King Mohammed VI's pet project; not just the flagship hotel in his attempt to double the number of Morocco's tourist beds, but a showcase for national decorative arts....Article
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the link didn't word for me.
anyway I think that happend in Skhirat all Hassan II's children escaped from death that day Hassan II him self escpaed fom death.
the link didn't word for me.
anyway I think that happend in Skhirat all Hassan II's children escaped from death that day Hassan II him self escpaed fom death.

It works :)
you should press "pulse para ver la publicacion" :)
"pulse para ver la publicacion" = do "click" with the mouse
no it work thank you guys.
the pic is wonderful:flowers:
During the first four months of this year, the King of Morocco spent less than twenty days in his country. His frequent and extended absences bring the kingdom to a near standstill creating a situation which, in the long term, will be untenable since the Moroccan chief of state is vested with practically absolute powers. Will he finally abdicate? A hard decision to take: the crown prince is only fifteen.,2456
Thanks for the article!
If accurate, some points in the article such as Lalla Salma's description are unfortunate. One can assume that no Moroccan King abdicated. So the abdication may not be the way to solve the issues. Regency may be more suitable.
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I had refered in a ptevious thread to the
Probability that the king does not have
A desire to rule :smile
Any way the king can left the throne to his
Son with a consol of jis brother and may be
Mouly Ismail his close cousin
IF (big IF because is something hard to happen Imo) if the King decide to abdicate to his son we most likely wont see any member of RF as a regent not Moulay Rachid or anyone else,there is a procedure to follow in this case wich the new constituion of 2011 was clear about it ,a regency council will take over until Moulay Hassan is ready to became a king
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An intersting read
who Saved King Mohammed VI in the 1971 Coup d’etat Attempt
Rabat –*There is always an untold story hidden behind closed doors. In 1971, Morocco witnessed a turning point when rebel military leaders attempted to assassinate late*King Hassan II*on July 10, 1971, during his forty-second birthday celebrations.
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