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    RABAT - King Mohammed V formally invested his new cabinet with office Wednesday, December 24, at 1000 hours GMT in the throne room of the Royal Palace in Rabat, thus ending the five-week old government crisis which has plaque Morocco.

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    RABAT - King Mohammed V formally invested his new cabinet with office Wednesday, December 24, at 1000 hours GMT in the throne room of the Royal Palace in Rabat, thus ending the five-week old government crisis which has plaque Morocco. The new government is spearhead by Abdallah Ibrahim who drew up the list acceptable to the King and who will hold the posts of President of the Council and Minister of Foreign Affairs.

    In the new government, the following will take office: Abdallah Ibrahim, President of the Council and Minister of Foreign Affairs: Abderrahim Bouabid, Vice-President of the Council and Minister of National Economy; M'Hammed Bahnini, Minister of Justice; Driss M'Hammedi, Minister of Interior; Mohamed Aouad, Minister of National Defense; Abdelkrim Bengelloun, Minister on Education; Thami Amar, Minister of Agriculture; Mohamed Maati Bouadid, Minister of Works and of Social Questions; Dr. Youssef Ben Abbes, Minister of Health; Mohamed Medbouh, Minister of P.T.T. (Communications), and Abderrahmane ben Abdelali, Minister of Public Works. The new government is considered to be "leftist" in tendency, and the representatives here of foreign governments are very interested in the first moves of the new cabinet.

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    Film ID:
    VLVA1F9L32OJ7R1QYSF7GVMTT0FLC
    Media URN:
    VLVA1F9L32OJ7R1QYSF7GVMTT0FLC
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    24/12/1958
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:02:15:00
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    N/A

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