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The Prime Minister (Arabic: رئيس الوزراء‎) is the head of the government of Morocco but the Prime Minister is appointed by the King of Morocco as the Monarch is the head of the state.

Colour Party Colour Party
Independent /National Rally of Independents Constitutional Union/Front for Defense of Constitutional Institutions
National Union of Popular Forces/Democratic Socialist Party/Socialist Union of Popular Forces Istiqlal Party
 
Name Portrait Entered office Left office Political party
1 Mbarek Bekkaï 7 December 1955 15 April 1958 Independent
2 Ahmed Balafrej 12 May 1958 16 December 1958 Istiqlal Party
3 Abdallah Ibrahim 16 December 1958 20 May 1960 Istiqlal Party/National Union of Popular Forces
4 Ahmed Bahnini 13 November 19631 7 June 1965 Front for Defense of Constitutional Institutions/Democratic Socialist Party
5 Mohamed Benhima 7 July 1967 6 October 1969 Independent
6 Ahmed Laraki 6 October 1969 6 August 1971 Independent
7 Mohammed Karim Lamrani
(1st Term)
6 August 1971 2 November 1972 Independent
8 Ahmed Osman 2 November 1972 22 March 1979 National Rally of Independents
9 Maati Bouabid 22 March 1979 30 November 1983 Constitutional Union
10 Mohammed Karim Lamrani (2nd Term) 30 November 1983 30 September 1986 Independent
11 Azzeddine Laraki 30 September 1986 11 August 1992 Independent
12 Mohammed Karim Lamrani (3rd time) 11 August 1992 25 May 1994 Independent
13 Abdellatif Filali 25 May 1994 4 February 1998 Independent
14 Abderrahmane Youssoufi 4 February 1998 9 October 2002 Socialist Union of Popular Forces
15 Driss Jettou Driss Jettou.jpg 9 October 2002 19 September 2007 Independent
16 Abbas El Fassi 19 September 2007 present Istiqlal

1 The position of Prime Minister was abolished and replaced by absolute monarchy under King Mohammed V from 20 May 1960 to 26 February 1961 which was the date that he died.

After King Mohammed V's death, his son King Hassan II became King and he continued his absolute rule until 13 November 1963 when he recreated the position of Prime Minister.

From 7 June 1965 until 7 July 1967, Hassan II ruled as absolute monarch.

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