Tag: Throne day speech

Morocco’s King renews call to Algeria to normalize relations, open borders

July 31, 2021

King Mohammed VI of Morocco has once again reached out to Algeria, renewing his call to normalize relations between the two neighboring countries, to open ... Read More

Political Parties Underscore Relevance of King’s Speech

July 31, 2018

Moroccan political parties stressed the relevance of the speech to the Nation delivered by King Mohammed VI in setting clear-cut priorities to achieve efficient social ... Read More

King Mohammed VI Calls for a New Social Contract

July 30, 2018

King Mohammed VI has called for a new social contract and outlined a roadmap for a complete overhaul of social dysfunctions, calling on the Government ... Read More

Leader of PAM, Main Opposition Party, Resigns, a Première in Moroccan Annals

August 8, 2017

Ilyas El Omari, Secretary General of Morocco’s Authenticity and Modernity Party (PAM), the main opposition party in parliament, presented his resignation on the backdrop of ... Read More

Many Senior Officials May be Pushed to Step Down Following Throne Day Speech

August 7, 2017

Some senior officials of the Moroccan administration, including cabinet members, governors, and local elected representatives may be pushed to step down as a result of ... Read More

Moroccan Government Announces Measures to Implement Royal Speech

August 4, 2017

Head of the Moroccan Government, Saad Eddine El Othmani, announced that a set of measures will be taken to implement the directives laid down in ... Read More

Throne Day: Morocco’s King Vents his Anger at Public Administration, Political Parties

July 30, 2017

King Mohammed VI on Saturday vented the full extent of his anger against the public administration for its inefficiency, poor performance and sluggish services, and ... Read More

The Person of the King Should not be Involved in Electoral, Party Disputes

July 30, 2016

King Mohammed VI has urged all political actors, candidates and parties not to involve the King in any electoral or party disputes, as the King ... Read More