Mustapha Mansouri
President of the House of Representatives
In office
15 October 2007 – 9 April 2010
Prime MinisterAbbas El Fassi
Preceded byAbdelwahed Radi
Succeeded byAbdelwahed Radi
Secretary General of the National Rally of Independents
In office
27 May 2007 – 23 January 2010
Preceded byAhmed Osman
Succeeded bySalaheddine Mezouar
Ministry of Employment and Vocational Training
In office
8 June 2004 – 8 October 2007
Prime MinisterDriss Jettou
Preceded byhimself
Succeeded byJamal Aghmani
Minister of Employment, Social Affairs and Solidarity
In office
7 November 2002 – 8 June 2004
Prime MinisterDriss Jettou
Preceded byAbbas El Fassi
Succeeded byAbderrahim Harouchi
(Social Affairs)
Minister of Trade, Industry, Energy and Mines
In office
6 September 2000 – 7 November 2002
Prime MinisterAbderrahmane Youssoufi
Preceded byAlami Tazi
(Trade & Industry)
Youssef Tahiri
(Energy & Mines)
Succeeded byRachid Talbi Alami
(Trade & Industry)
Mohammed Boutaleb
(Energy & Mines)
Minister of Transport and Merchant Navy
In office
14 March 1998 – 6 September 2000
Prime MinisterAbderrahmane Youssoufi
Preceded byDriss Benhima
Succeeded byAbdeslam Znined
Moroccan Ambassador to Saudi Arabia
Assumed office
26 November 2014
Preceded byAbdeslam Baraka [fr]
Personal details
Born (1953-08-23) 23 August 1953 (age 68)
Nador, Morocco
Political partyRNI
ChildrenMounir Mansouri (son)
Alma materUniversity of Reims
University of Mohammad V
OccupationPolitician

Mustapha Mansouri (Arabic: مصطفى المنصوري ; born 22 August 1953 in Tiztoutin) is a Moroccan politician of the National Rally of Independents party. He held a number of portfolios in the cabinets of Driss Jettou (2002–2007) and Abderrahman el-Yousfi (1998–2000).[1][2][3][4] He also was leader of his party and presided over the House of Representatives of Morocco, before resigning from both positions because of a feud with Fouad Ali El Himma.[5][6]

Mustapha Mansouri holds a bachelor's degree and a PhD in economics.[1][7]

Since 26 November 2014 he is ambassador in Riyadh.[8]

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References

  1. ^ a b "Biographies des membres du gouvernement". Le Matin. 8 November 2002. Retrieved 1 September 2012.
  2. ^ "Mustapha Mansouri, ministre du Transport et de la Marine marchande". MarocHebdo. 21 March 1998. Retrieved 4 September 2012.
  3. ^ Abdelwahed Rmiche (28 May 2007). "Mustapha Mansouri à la tête du RNI". Le Matin. Retrieved 4 September 2012.
  4. ^ Mohamed Boudarham (29 May 2007). "Mustapha Mansouri, élu président du RNI". Aujourd'hui le Maroc. Retrieved 4 September 2012.
  5. ^ "La question : A qui profite le lynchage de Mansouri ?". Le temps. 9 February 2010. Retrieved 4 September 2012.
  6. ^ "RNI : Mansouri, de retour Soir Echos". Le Soir Echos. 24 May 2011. Retrieved 4 September 2012.
  7. ^ "Ambassador". Embassy of Kingdom of Morocco. Retrieved 15 November 2020.
  8. ^ Morocco recalls ambassador from Saudiarabia, [1];Xinhua 8 February 2019, [2]