Le Petit Marocain
History and profileEdit
Its editorial line was ultra-colonialist, and it actively sought the promotion of the colonial policies of France in the country and it notably supported the Vichy government and the deposition and exile of Mohammed V.
The newspaper ceased on 1 November 1972 when the control of "Mas presse" was given to Moulay Hafid Alaoui, cousin of Hassan II and minister of information during that time. It was replaced, on the same day, by Le Matin, a daily dedicated to the promotion of the image of the Moroccan King; its purchase was compulsory for all state administrations.
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