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Salaheddine Mezouar

Date of Birth: 11/12/1953
Place of Birth: Meknes, Morocco


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Wrath rules

The Confédération générale des entreprises du Maroc's (CGEM) increasingly close identification with M6's African agenda and 'developmental state' policies was underlined when Bensalah-Chaqroun was replaced as the head of the employers' federation by Salaheddine Mezouar...


Bye bye Benkirane

Widely seen as having provided some of the most talented administrators in Benkirane's outgoing second government, including Foreign Minister Salaheddine Mezouar, the RNI is considered an essential component in Othmani's government, for all its lack of parliamentary seats (37, compared with 52 in 2011)...


Benkirane's 'bras de fer'

For now, the Foreign Minister remains Salaheddine Mezouar, even though he is no longer RNI leader; meanwhile, his successor as party head, Akhannouch, remains Agriculture Minister, a post he gained as an independent...


How to win friends

He needs a new Foreign Minister after Salaheddine Mezouar resigned as head of the Rassemblement national des indépendants, a member of the outgoing coalition...


Premier Benkirane is back

With only 37 seats, compared to 52 last time, RNI leader and Foreign Minister Salaheddine Mezouar tendered his resignation...


Not waving but drifting

Its ambitious leader, Salaheddine Mezouar, has sought to establish an independent fief in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (AC Vol 52 No 25, The King's own Islamists)...


Headaches for Benkirane

After months of haggling, the PJD has lost a key strategic post to the incoming Rassemblement national des indépendants whose leader, Salaheddine Mezouar has replaced Saad Eddine el Othmani as Minister of Foreign Affairs...


The King’s own Islamists

The main 'loyalist' parties are the RNI, under outgoing Finance Minister Salaheddine Mezouar, and the PAM, created in 2008 by the King's friend Fouad Ali el Himma...


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