Morocco government - the best personalized free web-based Email en en Morocco government Morocco's parliament approves new government after crisis RABAT, Morocco (AP) — Morocco's parliament has approved a new coalition government created to end months of political and economic deadlock. The Chamber of Representatives voted 208- 91 on Wednesday for the government of new Prime Minister Saadeddine El Othmani, of the Islamist Party of Justice and Development. Forty deputies abstained. ... Wed, 26 Apr 2017 20:42:00 GMT 2017-04-26T20:42:00Z The Latest: Royal Jordanian to enforce ban starting Friday CAIRO (AP) — The Latest developments related to the U.S. government move to bar passengers in eight Muslim-majority countries from bringing laptops and other electronics onboard direct flights to the United States (all times local): 10:15 p.m. Jordan's national carrier says it will begin to restrict most electronics equipment, including laptops, on direct... Tue, 21 Mar 2017 20:20:00 GMT 2017-03-21T20:20:00Z Moroccan king names new PM to break political deadlock RABAT, Morocco (AP) — Morocco's king named a new prime minister Friday, former top diplomat Saadeddine Othmani, after ousting his predecessor over five months of government deadlock. The royal palace said in a statement that Othmani, a former foreign minister, has been given the responsibility of forming a new government. Othmani's Isla... Fri, 17 Mar 2017 15:53:00 GMT 2017-03-17T15:53:00Z Moroccan king, in rare move, ousts designated prime minister RABAT, Morocco (AP) — In a highly unusual move, Morocco's king ousted the designated prime minister in an effort to settle a five-month deadlock over forming a new government. A surprise palace statement late Wednesday announced that King Mohammed VI had removed Abdelilah Benkirane, the head of the Islamist party PJD that won last year's parliamentary elections, from his dut... Wed, 15 Mar 2017 23:50:00 GMT 2017-03-15T23:50:00Z UN chief commends African countries for accepting refugees ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — The U.N. Secretary General has commended African countries for opening their borders to refugees and people fleeing violence while other parts of the world, including the developed West, close boundaries and build walls. Antonio Guterres made the remarks Monday in Addis Ababa where several dozen African leaders are attending t... Mon, 30 Jan 2017 19:14:00 GMT 2017-01-30T19:14:00Z