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Mohamed Moatassim, born 1956 in Settat,[1] is a Moroccan scholar and politician who currently serves as advisor to King Mohammed VI.


After getting his degree in political science at the Mohammed V University in Rabat in 1977 and a Diploma of Advanced Studies (DES) at the University of Hassan II Casablanca in 1983, Moatassim gave his doctoral dissertation in political sciences on "The Traditionalist Evolution of Moroccan Constitutional Law".

On November 11, 1993, he was appointed Minister Delegate to the Prime Minister for the Government of Lamrani VI of Morocco. On June 7, 1994, he was reappointed to the same post for the Government of Filali I of Morocco.[2]

On February 25, 1995, he was appointed to the position of Chargé de Mission at the Royal Office of Morocco. Four years later, he was appointed as advisor to King Mohammed VI.

Moatassim was a member of the Constitutional Council of Morocco from 1999 to 2002[citation needed] and the Advisory Council on Human Rights (CCHR) from 2007 to 2011.

Awards and decorations


Notes and references

  1. ^ "Biographie de Mohamed Moâtassim sur le portail du Conseil national des droits de l'Homme". Archived from the original on January 5, 2014. Retrieved May 28, 2018.
  2. ^ Historique des gouvernements marocains Archived October 8, 2007, at the Wayback Machine,