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Abderrahmane Youssoufi

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Monarch  Hassan II Mohammed VI
Role  Politician
Preceded by  Abdellatif Filali
Succeeded by  Driss Jettou
Religion  Islam
Resigned  October 9, 2002
Name  Abderrahmane Youssoufi

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Born  8 March 1924 (age 91) Tangier, Morocco (1924-03-08)
Political party  Socialist Union of Popular Forces
Party  Socialist Union of Popular Forces

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Abderrahmane Youssoufi ( ; Arabic: عبد الرحمن اليوسفي‎‎; born 8 March 1924) is a Moroccan politician who served as the Prime Minister of Morocco from 1998 to 2002. He was a human rights lawyer.

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Early life and education

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Born in Tangier, Youssoufi was a socialist from a young age, dedicating himself to organizing the working class of Casablanca as early as 1944. In 1949 Youssoufi began also to fight for the rights of emigrant Moroccan workers in France. He also studied law, practicing in Tangier from 1952 to 1960.

Political career

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In 1959 Youssoufi joined the National Union of Popular Forces, a left-wing political party. He was arrested for his involvement in 1959 and again in 1963, the latter arrest leading to a prison sentence of two years. Following his release, Youssoufi went into self-imposed exile in Paris for a period of fifteen years. Later he returned to Morocco. Meanwhile, the National Union of Popular Forces became the Socialist Union of Popular Forces. In 1980 Youssoufi returned to join the new party, becoming the party secretary in 1992 after the death of Bouabid.

Prime Minister

On 4 February 1998 King Hassan II named Youssoufi the Prime Minister of Morocco, a post he held until October 2002. He formed a left-center government. His government provided greater freedoms for the people and media. In 2003, Youssoufi announced his retirement from politics. He began to live in Casablanca after his retirement. On 15 October 2016, Youssoufi was hospitalized for pneumonia and King Mohammed VI visited him in hospital.

Awards

In 1999 he was one of the two winners of the North-South Prize.

References

Abderrahmane Youssoufi Wikipedia


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