Moroccan premier lauds King's keenness to settle social problems
Morocco, Politics, 11/16/1999
Moroccan Prime Minister, Abderrahmane Youssoufi, has lauded the keen interest King Mohammed VI grants to the settlement of social problems facing Morocco.
Youssoufi, who was interviewed by the Paris-based Jeune Afrique magazine, said the originality of the king's approach lies in his determination to promote the situation of the poor, reduce the social deficits and eradicate poverty.
The Prime Minister recalled that he is conducting with Mohammed VI the same work, in quantity and quality, as he used with the late King Hassan II. "I had sound working ties with the late King," he said.
He recalled that Morocco had scored enormous progress under the reign of late King Hassan II, especially in human rights and democracy matters. "It was Late King Hassan II who opened and settled the thorniest issue in Morocco history, namely that of missing persons," Youssoufi said.
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