Morocco names new authorities, retains international, inside ministers

The new finance minister, Nadia Alaoui, who was tourism minister within the earlier gov’t, might be one in every of seven ladies within the cupboard.

Morocco’s King Mohammed VI named a brand new authorities on Thursday after final month’s election, holding the international and inside ministers in place however appointing Nadia Fettah Alaoui as finance minister, the state information company reported.

In a monarchy the place the king has closing say on all main selections, the brand new authorities’s important job might be to implement a improvement mannequin that the palace has commissioned aimed toward decreasing inequality, chopping poverty and fostering development.

The new authorities might be led by billionaire tycoon Aziz Akhannouch whose liberal National Rally of Independents (RNI) got here first within the election, trouncing the incumbent conservative Justice and Development Party (PJD) in elections final month.

The RNI social gathering fashioned a coalition with the liberal Authenticity and Modernity Party (PAM) and the conservative Istiqlal (Independence) events.

The three events command a cushty majority within the parliament, with a mixed 270 seats in contrast with the 198 wanted to cross laws.

The new finance minister, Alaoui, who was tourism minister within the earlier authorities, might be one in every of seven ladies within the cupboard, together with the previous mayor of Marrakesh, Fatima Ezzahra El Mansouri.

The head of PAM, Abdellatif Ouahbi, was appointed justice minister and Istiqlal social gathering chief Nizar Baraka took the portfolio protecting tools and water.

The PJD, which had been the most important after the earlier two elections and whose leaders have served as prime ministers since 2011, crashed to a heavy defeat and mentioned it might be a part of the opposition along with left-wing events.


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