Zoulikha Nasri

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Zoulikha Nasri (1945 – 16 December 2015) was a Moroccan politician. She was an advisor to King Mohammed VI and managing director of the Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity. She was Morocco's first female royal advisor.[1]

Zoulikha Nasri
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Zoulikha Nasri at a press meeting on Land Day, 2010

BiographyEdit

Nasri was born in Oujda, Morocco, a city in northeast Morocco, near the Algerian border, in 1935. After earning a Masters of Law at the Mohammed V University in Rabat, she enrolled in the National School of Administration, graduating in 1967 in finance and economics 3. Following graduation, she traveled to France to work in private law at the Institute of Insurance of Lyon. [1]

She then joined the Moroccan Ministry of Finance as an official. She rose through the ranks until her appointment in 1994, head of the Directorate of Insurance. [1]

In August 1997, she was appointed Secretary of State to the Minister of Social Affairs, in charge of the National Mutual Aid in Government Filali III 4.

In 1998, she was called to join the royal cabinet as Counsellor of the sovereign in charge of social and economic affairs. She was appointed by the late King Hassan II.[1] In 1999, she participated in creating the Mohammed V Solidarity Foundation, and was appointed Associate Director. [5]

She died in December 2015 in Rabat.[1]

Nasri zoulikha
Features
Advisor to the King
Monarch Mohammed VI
State Secretary to the Minister of Social Affairs, in charge of the National Mutual
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Monarch Hassan II
Prime Minister Abdellatif Filali
Government Filali III
Biography
Birth date
Place of birth Oujda (Morocco)
Date of death (70 years)
Place of death Rabat (Morocco)
Manner of death Stroke
Nationality Moroccan
Political party No
Graduated from Mohammed V University in Rabat
Profession Lawyer
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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c News, Morocco World (2015-12-16). "Morocco's First Female Royal Advisor, Zoulikha Nasri, Dies". Morocco World News. Retrieved 2020-05-06. {{cite web}}: |last= has generic name (help)
  1. a, b and c [PDF] Zoulikha Nasri, advisor of the king: the pouring of social [archive], Morocco Hebdo, No. 582, November 2003
  2. ↑ "Death of Zoulikha Nasri, advisor to King Mohammed VI" [archive] on bladi.net, (accessed 16 December 2015)
  3. ↑ Zoulikha Nasri, Secretary of State for national solidarity: a stubborn woman [archive], Morocco Hebdo, No. 290, October 1997
  4. [PDF] History Moroccan governments [archive], maroc.ma
  5. ↑ Zoulikha Nasri, the Iron Lady "Telquel" [archive]
Cabinet of Abdellatif Filali III 1997-1998
Portfolio Incumbent Party Term
Prime Minister Abdellatif Filali (b. 1929) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Abdellatif Filali (b. 1929) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of State Moulay Ahmed Alaoui (b. 1919) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Interior Driss Basri (b. 1938) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Justice Omar Azziman (b. 1947) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Finance, Trade, Industry and Crafts Driss Jettou (b. 1945) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Agriculture, Equipment and Environment Abdelaziz Meziane Belfkih Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Habous and Islamic Affairs Abdelkbir Alaoui M’Daghri (b. 1942) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Housing, Employment and Vocational Training Mourad Cherif 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Fishery, Administrative Affairs and Relations with the Parliament Mostapha Sahel (b. 1946) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Communication and Spokesperson of the Government Driss Alaoui M’Daghri (b. 1944) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Social Affairs, Health, Youth & Sports and National Cooperation Abdellatif Guerraoui Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Telecommunications Abdeslam Ahizoune Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Culture Driss Khalil 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Education Rachid Belmokhtar (b. 1942) 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Ministry of Transport, Merchant Navy, Tourism, Energy and Mines Driss Benhima (b. 1954) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary General of the Government Abdessadeq Rabiaa (b. 1945) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Delegate-Ministry for the Administration of National Defense Abderrahmane Sbai (b. 1940) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Delegate-Ministry for the Establishment of the State Abderrahmane Saidi Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Taieb Fassi Fihri (b. 1958) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for Culture Aziza Bennani 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for Finance Abdelfettah Benmansour 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for Trade, Industry and Crafts Abderazzak El Mossadeq (b. 1948) Independent 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for the Promotion of Agriculture Abdeladim El Hafi 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for the Environment Houssein Tijani 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for the Development of the Mining Sector Amina Benkhadra (b. 1954) RNI 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for Health Fouad Hammadi 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for National Cooperation Zoulikha Nasri 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for Youth and Sports Nawal El Moutawakil (b. 1962) RNI 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Secretary of State for Human Rights Mohamed Ziane UC 13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998
Key Independent
National Rally of Independents (RNI)
Constitutional Union (UC)

Source: [1]



  1. ^ "Historique des governement". Maroc.ma. Retrieved 11 June 2012.