The king received, on Wednesday, the head of government and the new members of the government

After weeks of speculation, the 2.0 government version of El Ottmani has just been formed, two and a half years after the constitution of a first government. This Wednesday, October 9, King Mohammed VI received in the throne room at the Royal Palace of Rabat, the head of Government and its new members.

Here is the list:

– Saad Dine El Otmani: Head of Government;

– Mustapha Ramid: Minister of State for Human Rights and Relations with Parliament;

– Abdelouafi Laftit: Minister of the Interior;

– Nasser Bourita: Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation, and Moroccans Residing Abroad;

– Mohamed Benabdelkader: Minister of Justice;

– Ahmed Toufiq: Minister of Habous and Islamic Affairs;

– Mohammed Hajoui: General secretary of the Government;

– Mohamed Benchaaboun: Minister of Economy, Finance and Administration Reform;

– Aziz Akhannouch: Minister of Agriculture, Maritime Fisheries, Rural Development, Water and Forests;

– Said Amzazi: Minister of National Education, Vocational Training, Higher Education and Scientific Research;

– Khalid Ait Taleb: Minister of Health;

– Moulay Hafid Elalamy: Minister of Industry, Trade, Green and Digital Economy;

– Abdelkader Amara: Minister of Equipment, Transport, Logistics and Water;

– Nezha Bouchareb: Minister of National Planning, Urban Planning, Housing, and City Policy;

– Nadia Fettah Alaoui: Minister of Tourism, Crafts, Air Transport and Social Economy;

– Aziz Rebbah: Minister of Energy, Mines, and Environment;

– Mohamed Amkraz: Minister of Labor and Occupational Integration;

– El Hassan Abyaba: Minister of Culture, Youth, Sports, and spokesman of the Government;

– Jamila EL Moussali: Minister of Solidarity, Social Development, Equality and Family;

– Abdellatif Loudiyi: Minister Delegate to the Head of Government, in charge of the Administration of National Defense;

– Noureddine Boutayeb: Minister Delegate to the Minister of the Interior;

– Mohcine Jazouli: Minister Delegate to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation, and Moroccans Residing Abroad;

 – Nezha El Ouafi: Minister Delegate to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation, and Moroccans Residing Abroad;

– Driss Ouaouicha: Minister Delegate to the Minister of National Education, Vocational Training, Higher Education and Scientific Research;

Subsequently, the new ministers took an oath before the sovereign.

This audience took place in the presence of the Chamberlain of King Mohammed VI, Sidi Mohammed El Alaoui.

On this occasion, the sovereign posed for a photo-souvenir with the members of the Government. 

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