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Morocco

King Mohammed VI (M6)

Date of Birth: 21/8/1963
Place of Birth: Rabat, Morocco


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Jettou set

King Mohammed VI surprised Moroccans on 9 October by naming industrialist-turned-Interior Minister Driss Jettou as his new Prime Minister...


Horse-trading

King Mohammed VI (AC Vol 43 No 15) sees his father's old opponent as indispensable to his democratic opening up...


The nightmare scenario

Gabon's President Omar Bongo and Morocco's King Mohammed VI tried to organise a regional summit in Marrakesh for 26 September but with little hope that Gbagbo would risk leaving the country again this was replaced by plans for a summit of the Economic Community of West African States...


Paranoid or what?

A summit hosted by King Mohammed VI in Morocco in February brought the neighbouring Presidents together and African Union Secretary-General Amara Essy has been pushing for Morocco rather than Burkina Faso to be in the contact group...


Everyone likes parsley

The European Union backs Spain but some members including France are more sympathetic to King Mohammed VI than to Premier José Maria Aznar...


Fixing it up

Two days before Foreign Minister Abdelaziz Belkhadem had met King Mohammed VI in Morocco...


Rebels without a plan

The talks arranged by King Mohammed VI ended with Taylor and Conté on better terms...


UN manoeuvres

While most Moroccan eyes have turned towards Palestine with King Mohammed VI postponing his planned 12-14 April public wedding celebration ministers have lobbied in Cameroon Guinea Mauritius Britain China Ireland Mexico Norway and Syria...


Heading for the door

On 27 February King Mohammed VI's discreet diplomats brought together Presidents Kabbah Liberia's Charles Taylor and Guinea's Lansana Conté (AC Vol 43 No 5) for talks which ended fairly cordially...


Cross-border pressures

Bush on 28 February King Mohammed VI said Rabat backed local autonomy for the Western Sahara ­ the 'third way' proposed by Baker but resolutely opposed by Polisario...

In the Saharan capital Laayoune on 6 March Mohammed VI said Morocco would not relinquish a 'single inch' of the territory...

As Mohammed VI visited Laayoune and Dakhla Morocco further north was alive with rumours of troop movements on the Algerian side of the mountainous border...


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