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In five years of existence, the CCME focused its research work on six specific groups, published more than 70 scientific productions closely related to the Moroccan emigration and its evolution since the 60s '. Mr Abdallah Boussouf, the General Secretary of the Council of Moroccans living abroad believes that the assessment of these “five years is positive "; because the council managed, since its inception, to put the finger on where the other European migratory policies have failed.

Welcome and farewell: It’s under this title of Goethe’s poem that we wanted to share the contributions to the conference “Migration, Identity and Modernity in the Maghreb”, held in Essaouira from March 17 to 20, 2010.

This conference is an initiative made by French and Moroccan academics, joined by colleagues from around the world in a common commitment to a pluralist reading of the recent history of Morocco and the Maghreb. Hosted in Essaouira and supported by two authorities responsible for human rights and the implementation of the recommendations of the Equity and Reconciliation Commission, the conference attempted to address, publicly, for the first time in the Maghreb, the question of the departure of Jews, repositioned in its historical depth and put into perspective with the migration of Muslim communities. Without dodging the specific dimensions nor the politics of these departures, the conference was an opportunity to reassess the whole process by questioning migration projects, Migrants' journeys and the dynamics of community constructions.

The memory of these migrant communities is also, undeniably that of the Maghreb, at various times in its history.

This conference resulted also in the publication of two other volumes on top of this one

Since around thirty years, the sociological and cultural base of the Moroccan community abroad knew deep and multiple transformations. Not only did it change profile but it was also crystallized by the emergence of several generations (2nd, 3rd and 4th generations) whose profile grow rich with a double emotional belonging, in reference to the identity of origin, and the one acquired by the naturalization.

The film industry in Morocco has, thus far, generated $100 million this year, four times more than the first nine months of 2013.

RABAT, Morocco –  Morocco's government has presented a new law criminalizing training with extremists with the intent to commit terrorist acts.

Dozens of Moroccan nationals, irregular residents in Algeria, have been temporarily denied access to national soil, said Thursday the ministry of the Interior.

Thursday, 02 October 2014 12:58

Canada : Moroccan cultural days

Montreal, Canada hosted Moroccan cultural days on the 27th and 28th of September 2014.

Thursday, 02 October 2014 12:39

Paris: Royal Awards for two exceptional men

Morocco's ambassador to France, Chakib Benmoussa, proceded on behalf of his majesty King Mohammed VI on Wednesday, October 1, 2014, in Paris, to the decoration with Wissam Al Arch of the order of Chevalier, of Mr Gabriel Malka, a specialist in maxillofacial surgery, and Mr Said El Asri, who distinguished himself in the field of restaurants and hotels in France.

In attendance were Mr. André Azoulay, Advisor to His Majesty the King, and other Moroccan and French personalities from diverse backgrounds.

Mr Benmoussa said that these royal honors are a tribute to exceptional careers and undeniable professional and human qualities and are a celebration of the success of these two Moroccans in France, working in two different and complex areas.

The reform of the university is a major political issue, given the systemic crisis that challenges its role, mission and its place in the context of globalization. In Morocco, as elsewhere, the university is facing several challenges ranging from political (renewal and sustainability of the elite), economic (promoting development) to sociological (social mobility). The university can no longer claim the sustainability of these motor functions of progress.

 Mina El Elkarzabi, president of the Association of Moroccan Women in Ivory Coast, spoke about the challenges facing Morocco in Africa. She most particularly pinpointed specialized networks in prostitution that recruit young Moroccan women.

Mr Rezrazi El Mostafa is seemingly a calm person. Although his resume is out of the ordinary, he has this modesty and restraint inherent to Japanese culture that has managed to combine high-tech and tradition. That of samurais and many Nobel Prize winners. The one that has allowed the country to recover from the first and only nuclear attack in history, in Hiroshima-Nagasaki.

Boutaina El Fekkak was born in Rabat. She studied at the French high school Descartes in the capital where she earned a BA in Mathematical Sciences (Bac S).

The beheading of Hervey Gourdel sent waves of shock within the Muslim community in France.  In an article published in the press, Muslim leaders speak out: "We, French Muslims, wish to express our strong solidarity with all victims of this horde of barbarians, lost soldiers of an alleged Islamic state and condemn in the strongest terms, all acts of violence committed on behalf of a murderous ideology that claims it belongs to the Islamic religion by confiscating its vocabulary. »

The model of Islam in Europe raises in the current context, a crucial debate. This cult is gradually becoming a component of the European countries, marked by a cultural secularism and the emergence of new generations of Muslims.

Communities of believers, both public and private players in Europe, and the public opinion are questioning the terms and conditions of living together.

Bringing together a panel of scholars, cultural practitioners and religious leaders, this publication presents the work of the second conference on Islam in Europe, organized by the Council for the Moroccan community abroad and is an important contribution to a never-ending debate.

The process of integrating Islam in European countries, marked with a "cultural secularism" and the emergence of new generations of European Muslims, brings back the debate on the legal status of Islam in Europe. This publication is the result of discussions by researchers, policy makers and experts in topics related to immigration and Muslim leaders in Europe, as well as cultural and religious actors gathered at an international conference organized by the Council for the Moroccan community abroad in Fez in March 2009.

More than 3,000 migrants have died trying to cross the Mediterranean so far this year, more than double the previous peak in 2011, the International Organisation for Migration said Sept 29.


"In ten or twenty years, your Royal Highness can be certain that Morocco will occupy a crucial place in the world of painting" André Malraux to Princess Lalla Malika (Paris ,June 1963).                                                                                          The deep commitment of Andre Elbaz for Morocco, his sense of humor in recounting some of the experiences he went through, his love for the local language, his interest in the youth of his country, his faith in its future, his generosity (he spontaneously offered in 2007 to the future National Museum of Contemporary Art in Rabat a donation of 15 major works), his happiness to return to his country to show the product of a significant part of half a century of struggle turn this retrospective and this book,  into one of the key moments of the year 2010 "Driss El Yazami, President of the National Council for Human Rights.


About CCME

A national consultative institution placed by His Majesty King Mohammed VI, the Council of the Moroccan Community living abroad was established by Royal Decree in December 2007, and was made constitutional ensuing the July 2011 reform in the constitution approved by referendum.

The CCME's responsibilities include the monitoring and evaluation of the country's public policies in regards to its nationals abroad.

It is responsible for issuing notices to ensure the defense of the interests of overseas Moroccans, strengthening their contribution to the economic, social and human development of the country. Further, it aims to reinforce the diplomatic relations and cooperation between Morocco and their respective countries of residence.

Bringing together legislative members and observer members representing key ministries and institutions involved in migration issues, the CCME held its first plenary session in June 2008; it has notably set up six working groups comprising various members, appointed for a term of four years.

A systematic gender approach

Organized in the month of December 2008, "Meetings with Moroccan women from here and elsewhere" were a first illustration of this approach and have since become an eagerly awaited event, with the participation, in 2008 and 2009, of more than 400 people from more than twenty countries.

For the third edition of these meetings, the CCME decided to hold regional meetings with Moroccan women of the world to get closer to the specificities of each region. For instance in Europe, the meetings were held on the 18th and 19th of December 2010 in Brussels and in the Americas, the meetings were held on the 14th and 15th of May 2011 in Montreal.

Furthermore, an international meeting on Moroccan retirees in May 2009, in partnership with twelve retiree associations and a prime forum of young Moroccans of the world, organized with the French Ministry in charge of the Moroccan Community Abroad (Ifrane, 27 and July 28, 2010) are just mere examples of some of the events that take into account this increasingly diverse community.

Boosting the cultural action within the Moroccan Diaspora

Looking at the considerable expectations of the immigration and especially the younger generations in the cultural field, the CCME contributes to strengthening the cultural offer of Morocco through the edition of music CDs, the translation and publication of the works of international Moroccan authors, it also provides support for cultural events organized by the Moroccan civil community and promotes the presence of Moroccan artists from abroad in several festivals in Morocco and in international fairs...

The CCME has also assisted in setting up four exhibitions on the history of immigration presented, after their circulation in Europe, in Ten Moroccan Cities and especially in large areas of emigration. An exhibition on the relationship between Morocco and Europe since the eleventh century was presented in Brussels, Antwerp and Rabat, before a stop at the City Hall of Paris, in September 2011.

In February 2012, the CCME was present for the fourth consecutive year at the International Book and Publishing Fair in Casablanca (SIEL) in joint stand with the Moroccan competition Council, the National Council for Human Rights and the Central Authority for the Prevention of corruption. The four institutions have wanted to celebrate with the public and exhibitors this popular festival of culture and citizenship.

Partner of the Advisory Council on Human Rights in 2009, the CCME honored in 2010 with its partners-the Ministry of Culture and the Minister Delegate in Charge of Moroccans Living Abroad-, Moroccan writers of the world, guests of honor at the sixteenth edition of the SIEL. In 2011, for the 17th edition of SIEL, the theme of the CCME's stand was "Literature - Migration - Mediterranean."

In the same spirit of consolidating the cultural offer of Morocco, the Council participated in the Book Fair Maghreb Montreal in March 2011 and took part in the 26th International Book and Press fair in Geneva April 2012, in which Morocco was the guest of honor.

Then, in the last quarter of 2012, the CCME took part in the cultural and civic season along the French Community of Belgium and Brussels, DABA Morocco.

A peaceful reflection of Islam in Europe

A growing population of Muslim confession and culture in Europe has triggered various reactions and issues. The Council began a thorough examination through the organization of three international conferences: Fes (The legal status of Islam in Europe, March 2009), Casablanca (Islam in Europe: what model in June 2009?) And in Strasbourg in partnership with the General Secretariat of the Council of Europe (Islam in Europe: executive education, religious education and teaching of religion, in March 2010).

These seminars brought together European scholars, representatives of public authorities in these countries as well as Muslim civil society actors. Four agreements were signed with specialized Moroccan academic institutions and strong partnerships are underway with their EU counterparts.

Contributing to the development of scientific research

Considering that the development of appropriate public policies to follow the mutations of emigration requires the establishment of a national research agenda, the Council took several actions in this area. It has supported scientific symposia held in Morocco by the Moroccan research teams, it has also organized an international symposium on language learning of immigration, another on the new paradigms in the social sciences on immigration, signed agreements with several Moroccan universities as well as with the National Library of the Kingdom of Morocco (in partnership with MCMRE) with a view to open resource centers. The CCME also works to create a national fund for research on emigration.

Two surveys, the latest in partnership with the corresponding ministry MCMRE, on expectations of Moroccans in Europe has been made.

Assessing public policies

To ensure its dual consultative and prospective function, the CCME is conducting a series of studies on Moroccan public policies and on international migration dynamics and debates that emerged both in Morocco and in the countries of Residence.

In parallel, and with the involvement of observer members, several hearings of key departments and institutions - public and private - involved in migration issues were arranged. Seminars and symposia were held on various issues related to the mission of the Council (Moroccan athletes of the world, Moroccans journalists of the world, the contribution of Moroccan associations abroad in co-development, the impact of the economic crisis on migrant Moroccans in Spain and Italy, the irregular migrants in Morocco, etc.).

The CCME also leads in this context a policy for monitoring and partnership with international institutions involved in thinking and action in the field of immigration.

A reasoned and pluralistic reflection on citizenship

The CCME organized in March 2009 the first International Meeting of the councils of emigration. It resulted in the creation of a liaison committee and a secretariat provided by the CCME. The second meeting is planned in Spain.

This meeting allowed an important exchange of experience in the field of emigrants and citizenship. A study showcasing the international experiences in this field was produced by a team of researchers from the CCME. The decree establishing the Council confers the mission to develop opinions on the future composition of the Board and the terms of participation of Moroccan immigrants in the democratic life of the country. The development of such manoeuvre shall be preceded by extensive consultations that the Council is required to conduct with players in Moroccan communities abroad, political actors and institutions in Morocco itself.

The organization of a seminar on the 18th and 19th of June 2011 in Casablanca ,on the constitutional reform has enriched the debate about the citizenship of Moroccans abroad, after His Majesty the King announced in his speech, the referendum of July 1st, 2011.

The seminar was an opportunity to present two new studies. The first is entitled "Representation & political participation of citizens abroad: Inventory of national experiences. Terms and limits". The second is a comparative study of the emphasis put on immigration and expatriates in the country's constitution. The study involved 45 countries.

Promoting the contribution of the Moroccan skilled to the country's development.

Convinced of the need to boost the contribution of Moroccan talents abroad in the development of Morocco, the CCME has organized several meetings, each with dozens of highly qualified Moroccan executives (Montreal, Barcelona, Toulouse, Lyon, etc.); this has set up a social network for exchanges and discussions. In partnership with the MCMRE, a seminar was held in March 2010, on the contribution of Moroccans of the world to the debate on the National Charter for the environment, and over fifty Moroccan experts living abroad took part in it.

An international seminar on the contribution of Moroccan qualified profiles living abroad was held in Rabat in March 2012. This seminar was an opportunity to present the results of an original study by the CCME on public policies and the civil society's actions to mobilize the Moroccan expertise in the last 20 years of the economic history of the Kingdom.


This symposium is a first, both in the history of Moroccan sportsmen of the world and that of immigration. It represents a significant contribution to the development of sport in Morocco.

Over 150 participants from Morocco and thirteen other countries took part in the conference, the highlight of the event was undeniably the tribute paid to active and retired sportsmen, both veteran and from younger generations.

The conference emphasized new research materials on the history of sport and tackled the crucial issue of Moroccan athletes’ mobility.



Zurich - The Federation of International Football Associations (FIFA) confirmed, here Friday, Rabat as a second host city to the 2014 FIFA Club World Cup, slated for December 10- 20 in Morocco.

New York - Former President Bill Clinton, Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, and Chelsea Clinton announced that the Clinton Global Initiative will hold its inaugural CGI Middle East and Africa Meeting in the Spring of 2015 in Marrakech with a focus on economic development.

Saturday, 27 September 2014 12:14

Red Moon to represent Morocco at the Oscars 2015

The Moroccan film "Red Moon" by director Hassan Benjelloun has been selected to compete in the 87th edition of the Oscars in the "Best Foreign Film" section.

 Under the High Patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI and the President of the Portuguese Republic Mr. Aníbal Cavaco Silva, the Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad (CCME), the Embassy of Morocco in Lisbon and the Judeo-Moroccan Cultural Centre (CCJM, Brussels) organize an exhibition under the theme "Morocco and Europe, six centuries in the eyes of the other," commemorating six centuries of dialogue between Morocco and Europe.

“The tribulations of the last Sijilmassi” Fouad Laroui’s latest novel appears in France on the first selection of books nominated for the prestigious Goncourt Prize.

Thursday, 25 September 2014 15:45

A Moroccan autumn in Paris

To honor the 10th anniversary of the Friendship and Cooperation Pacts signed with the Moroccan cities of Rabat and Casablanca, the City of Paris will celebrate Morocco through a diverse programme of events and exhibitions, lasting all through autumn, from the 18th September to the 25th January 2015, in parallel with the major shows organized by the Arab World Institute and the Louvre museum.

Thursday, 25 September 2014 15:42

Morocco to host the 9th Africa Development Forum

Marrakech has been chosen to hold the Ninth African Development Forum from 12 to 16 October 2014 under the theme "Innovative financing for Africa's transformation”. The Forum is the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa's (ECA) flagship event and it is the first time to be held outside Addis Ababa where the ECA is headquartered.

The Ecumenical Institute of Theology Al Mowafaqa was inaugurated on September 20th, 2014 in Rabat. This institution, created at the initiative of the Catholic and Protestant churches in Morocco, wants to be a place of education, reflection and promotion of intercultural and interreligious dialogue.


Due to historical dynamics, a growing population of Muslim confession is settling in Europe gradually turning Islam into a European reality. This anchoring leaves local populations, governments and all social actors (political parties, NGOs, media) faced with several challenges. This publication brings together all the contributions presented at the international conference on "Teaching about religion, religious education and training of Muslim religious leaders" organized in Strasbourg by the Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad, under the patronage of the Secretary General of the Council of Europe. Away from controversy, which too often surrounds the debate on Islam and Muslims in Europe, this book combines scientific rigor, the testimonies of the players in the field and the views of public authorities.


The Council of the Moroccan Community living Abroad (CCME) is the special guest of the 10th edition of the Regional Book fair in Dakhla, organized from 19 to 25 November 2019 by the Regional Directorate of culture, with the support of the Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab Region Council.

The opening of the 16th edition of the International Festival "Cinema and Migration" (FICMA) is taking place from 9 to 14 December 2019 in the city of Agadir. Belgium is the guest honor of this edition.

Casablanca - HRH Princess Lalla Hasnaa chaired, on Thursday in Casablanca, the opening of the 26th edition of the International Book and Publishing Exhibition (SIEL), held under the High patronage of HM King Mohammed VI.

Saturday, 08 February 2020 01:00

Siel: CCME, samedi 8 février 2020

The inaugural meeting on The "image of Morocco beyond borders: realities and representations", gathered Mr Abdelllah Boussouf, Secretary General of the CCME and Jean-Pierre Chevènement, French politician and former president of the foundation for islam of France. This meeting was moderated by the French-Moroccan journalist Ouadih Dada.

Saturday February 8, 2020, Mr. Samir Bouzouita, Dean of the Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences Saïs in Fez, presented two of his works published by the CCME: "Moroccan-Austrian-Hungarian relations: shared history and memory "and "Moroccan-Swedish-Norwegian relations: shared history and memory ".

Saturday, 08 February 2020 01:00

Siel: CCME, dimanche 9 février 2020

Mr. Abdellah Boussouf, Secretary General of the CCME, Saturday 8 February the Spanish version of his book “A citizen monarchy in the land of Islam: how Mohammed VI designed a universal religious model ”. Translated by Ms. Kenza El Ghali, Ambassador of Morocco in Chile and Ms. Hasna Zenboury. Me Boussouf’s book was published by the Mohammed VI Cultural Center for the Dialogue of Civilizations in Chile of the Ministry of Culture at the Casablanca Book Fair.

Sunday, 09 February 2020 01:00

The Jewish music in Morocco

Sunday, February 9, 2020 the CCME organized the presentation of the book "Jewish music in Morocco" produced by Mr. Ahmed Aydoun and published by Marsam editions with the CCME support. The meeting gathered M.Ahmed Aydoun, Professor of economics, laureate of the Rabat conservatory and researcher in musical art, Mrs Susanne Harroch and Mr Maxime Karoutchi,. This sound able was table moderated by Zhour Rehihil, conservator of the Museum of Moroccan Judaism.

The "Image of Morocco on the American continent: influence, representations and analyzes" is the theme of the round table held on Saturday February 8, 2020. The meeting gathered Mrs Amal Oummih (USA), lawyer at the New York bar and former diplomat, Messrs Monsef Derraji (Canada), MP for Quebec, Marouane El Mahibba (Spain), Big Data and Data Mining expert, , Issam Lotfi (Morocco), a researcher at the Royal Institute for Strategic Studies (IRES) and Mohamed-Ali Adraoui (England), doctor of Sciences Po Paris and researcher in international relations. The round table was moderated by Mrs Najat Azmy, member of the CCME.

Monday, 10 February 2020 01:00

Siel: CCME lundi 10 février 2020

The Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad (CCME) organized, Monday, February 10, 2020 a meeting where the book "Morocco in Swiss and German eyes" by Mr Redouane Daoui, published in 2020 by the Council.

The CCME organized a meeting around the "Image of Morocco and its culture in Africa and in the Arab world", February 10, 2020. Participated in this meeting Mr Abderrahmane Ngaïdé, historian and teacher-researcher in Senegal, Ayman Ali Abdelaziz, Egyptian writer and journalist,Mrs Noufissa Dahbi, history professor at “Université Ibn Tofail de Kénitra, Mrs Hanaa Trifiss, graduate of Sciences Po Paris and social actor and Mr Rachid Id Yassine, lecturer at the Gaston Berger University in Senegal. The round table was moderated by MrOmar El Mourabet, member of the CCME.

Tuesday, 11 February 2020 01:00

Siel: CCME mardi 11 février 2020

Au menu de ce mardi 11 février 2020, la matinée jeunesse, avec l’atelier CCME « éducation et cultures », sous le thème : « Médecins, journalistes, éducateurs, étudiants des diasporas africaines au Maroc » avec Mmes Danielle Engolo (journaliste camerounaise résidente au Maroc), Ghita Zine (journaliste), Kenza Sefrioui (journaliste et éditrice), et M.Hicham Houdaïfa (journaliste et éditeur).

The Council of the Moroccan community living abroad ( CCME) organised on Tuesday 11 february 2020, a meeting on the book : « From Tetouan to Buenos Aires: the saga of the jewish-moroccans to Latin America" written by the diplomat and researcher Zakaria Balga in Spanish and published by the CCME (2020) . The writer answered to the questions of Mr Jaouad Achakouri, from the CCME.

The Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad (CCME) organized, Tuesday, February 11, 2020 a round table on the “Image of Morocco in studies and historical sources: comparative views”. The round table was held with the collaboration of the Moroccan Association for Historical Research. Participated to the meeting Mr Mohamed Oubihi, professor of contemporary history at the Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences in Rabat, Mr Jilali El Adnani, director of the Center for the History of the Present Time and authority in social and religious history, Mr Abdelaziz Tahiri, professor of contemporary history in Rabat and Mr Khalid Ouassou, researcher in migration and social sciences. The round table was moderated by Mohammed Said El Mortaji, professor at the Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences of Rabat.

Mohammed Saâd Zemmouri, teacher-researcher at the Abdelmalek Essaâdi University of Tetouan, presented his book “Moroccan travelers in Europe: history of ideas and mentalities” Tuesday, February 12, 2020,

The round table around the theme “the real and phantasmic image of Morocco in Art and Litterature” on February 12, 2020 round table gathered Mr Youssef Aït Hammou, researcher in linguistics and semiology, Mr. Khalid Amine, president of the International Center for Spectacle Studies in Tangier, Mrs Fatima Hal, Moroccan chef and anthropologist, Samira Jamouchi, professor researcher in visual arts in Belgium and Rachid Santaki, novelist and scriptwriter in France. The meeting was moderated by Abdelghani Dadès, member of the CCME.

Thursday, 13 February 2020 01:00

Morocco’s image in the work of Juan Goytisolo

Morocco’s image in the work of Juan Goytisilo” was the theme of the round table on 13 february 2020. The meeting gathered Mr Victor Morales Lezcano, Spanish historian and authority of the Arab World and North Africa and Mr Ibrahim Al Khatib, Moroccan translator and academician. The meeting was moderated by Mr Mohamed Chouirdi, Moroccan translator and civil actor based in Spain.

The CCME’s Agora of thursday 13 febuary raised the issue : « Moroccans living abroad and the future : Which image and which culture ». The round table gathered Mrs Wahiba Rhouzli, assistant of the mayor of Saint-Ouen, Mr Mohamed Cherkaoui, professor of international conflicts at the George Mason University of Mrs Fauzaya Talhaoui, Belgian female politician, Mr Jean-Marie Heydt, professor at the Haute Alsace University and author of the book du livre « Mohammed VI. A King's vision : actions and ambitions » (published at the Favre editions in 2019) . This meeting was moderated by Mr Mohammed Moussaoui, member du CCME.

The "literary hour", of Friday February 14, 2020, was dedicated to two books written by two Moroccan-italian writers. Mrs Chaimaa Fatihi, author of the book "You will never reach us: open letter from an Italian Muslim woman to the terrorists" (published in Italian) and Mr Mohamed Doublali, for his book "Journey into the Gardens of Hell" (published in Arabic). The exchanges were moderated by MrnHamid Bichri, CCME member living in Italy.

A round table was held by the CCME, on friday 14 february 2020 on the theme “Media and the use of new technologies in the brand-building of Morocco abroad». The round table gathered Mrs Nesrine Slaoui, journalist in France, Mr Zakaria Jaiathe, software engineer in Germany and Khalid Taha, technical and media expert. The round-table was moderated by Mr Najib Benchrif, member of the CCME.

Saturday, 15 February 2020 01:00

Siel: CCME Samedi 15 février 2020

Matinée jeunesse

• Atelier CCME (éducation et cultures) et théâtre nomade avec Mohammed El Hassouni
• L’arganier à palabres : ateliers autour du livre « Souad entre Oujda, Tanger et Londres », qui raconte une partie de la vie de Souad Talsi et autour de la trajectoire de Mustapha El Hamdaoui

The meeting which took place Saturday 15 February 2020 gathered the novelists Mustapha El Hamdaoui (Netherlands) for his book "The Countess" published in Arabic and Mohammed Massad (Germany), author of the “Betrayer's glasses". The presentation was moderated by Mr Kacem Achahboun.

Sunday, 16 February 2020 01:00

Siel: CCME Dimanche 16 février 2020

Mr Simon Serfaty, Professor and expert on international relations closed the meetings of the 26th edition of the Casablaca book fair of the CCME, with the theme : « The invisible link : perception and Morocco’s image on the geostrategic arena, vision and perception ». Mr Daniel Amar, member of the CCME in Canada asked the questions.

The Council of the Moroccan community living abroad (CCME) gave a tribute during an evening organized, saturday 15 february 2020, to the attendees and some personalities which have impressed during the CCME’s programming of the 26 th edition of the Casablanca Book Fair.

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