King Mohammed VI appointed Benmoussa to chair the Special Commission on the model of development
PERSISMA, Rabat – Morocco’s King Mohammed VI has nominated the Moroccan ambassador to France, Chakib Benmoussa, to serve as president of the special committee in charge of the kingdom’s new development model. The royal cabinet announced the appointment on Tuesday, November 19.
The cabinet announcement added that the King met with the newly nominated committee president at the royal palace in Rabat.
Mohammed VI wants the new committee to shake things up in Morocco and to address ongoing issues of social and economic disparity, gaps in the education and health sectors, as well as the business and investment. He believes that to fulfill this role the committee members must be critical and neutral.