MOHAMMED 6 – King Of Morocco.

Mohammed 6 bin Hassan, the current King of the State of Morocco. He was born in Rabat, the capital of Morocco on 21 August of 1963

and he had assumed many responsibilities to support his father since he was represented in official occasions to be the crown prince

until he assumed the throne after the death of His father, King Hassan II, to rule Morocco on the twenty-third of July 1999.


King Mohammad 6 learned elementary and secondary education at the Royal Palace College and then completed his education to obtain a bachelor’s degree in law from the Mohammed V University in Rabat in 1985

and three years later he continued his education until he obtained a master’s degree in public law

then he studied in The European Commission was based in Brussels for a period of time in the late eighties and then completed his studies at the University of Nice in France, where he obtained a doctorate in law in 1993.

In 1999 King Hassan II died at 4:30 pm on Friday, July 23, the pledge of allegiance was concluded with his son, Crown Prince Mohammed to be king of Morocco after his father in accordance with the provisions of the constitution in the country

where he pledged allegiance to the ministers and representatives, Princes, political party officials, and others, the new king, who is 36 years old, and on the 30th of July 1999

His Majesty King Mohammed VI performed Friday prayers and then delivered his first speech to the throne, and after that, this date was officially adopted to celebrate Throne Day in Morocco.


Royal celebrations were held on the 12th, 13th, and 14th of July 2002 at the Royal Palace in Rabat to mark the marriage of King Mohammed VI to Her Royal Highness Princess Lalla Salma on March 21, 2002

while the two kings were given birth on May 8, 2003, Crown Prince El Hassan at the Royal Palace In Rabat, in February 2007. Princess Lalla Khadija was born in the same palace.


King Mohammed VI has led the country since assuming the reins of power many steps towards development and renaissance in all fields, and among those achievements he made:

  • The launch of the National Initiative for Human Development to revive the social field, as it aimed to combat poverty, discrimination, unemployment, and inequality between groups of people.
  • The launch of the family code in 2004, which is concerned with ensuring democracy for Moroccan women and introducing the concept of joint family responsibility between spouses.
  • Carrying out a constitutional reform that strengthened the executive branch, appointed a head of government, and other reform matters.
  • Launching new infrastructure projects in all Moroccan cities, in addition to developing residential neighborhoods, public squares and cultural centers.
  • Strengthening political ties between Morocco and other countries, some of which led to Morocco’s return to the African Union in 2017.
  • The creation of the Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy in 2010.


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