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The King appoints a ministerial representative for human rights

King Mohammed VI received on Thursday at the Royal Palace in Rabat, Ahmed Shawki Benyoub, and appointed him to the post of ministerial representative in charge of human rights.

Following is the text of the Royal Court’s statement:

During this meeting, His Majesty the King stressed the role of this commission in monitoring government policy, particularly in the field of protection and promotion of human rights, and coordinating with the ministerial sectors and institutions concerned.

King also called on the new ministerial representative to continue efforts to preserve the gains achieved, integrate the culture of human rights into national public policies and develop cooperation with relevant governmental and non-governmental actors and organizations.

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