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The birthday of king Mohammed VI will no longer be celebrated

“The Ministry of the Royal House, Protocol and Chancellery announces that His Majesty the King Mohammed VI, may God assist him, has given the order to no longer organize, from this year, the official ceremony of celebration of the birthday of the Sovereign at the Royal Palace, which takes place on August 21st of each year”.

The King of Morocco Mohammed VI, who turns 56 on August 21st, has decided not to organize from this year the official ceremony celebrating his birthday.

You should know that HM King Mohammed VI is the twenty-third monarch of the Alawite dynasty, and the third to bear the title of King of Morocco since July 23, 1999. His birthday should be celebrated with the “Youth Day” by tradition. But given the various decisions he has made in recent years, his pseudonym of Revolutionary King is not usurped.

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