A new cabinet reshuffle has been announced on the Moroccan government headed by Saad Eddine Othmani.
Morocco’s King Mohammed VI met with government ministers in Rabat on Sunday, the official MAP news agency said, adding that the new cabinet had six new ministers, while ministers from the sovereign and economic sectors retained their posts.
In the new cabinet, the ministers of foreign affairs, interior, endowments, Islamic affairs, human rights, finance, trade, industry, agriculture, fisheries, education, equipment, transport, energy and minerals have been appointed. Officially on behalf of the government.
The new government also included four women for the ministries of housing, construction, tourism, air transport and handicraft, as well as solidarity, women and social affairs.