Zoulikha Nasri (1945 – 16 December 2015) was a Moroccan politician . She was an advisor to King Mohammed VI and managing director of the Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity.
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Nasri was born in Oujda. After a Masters of Law at the Mohammed V University in Rabat, she enrolled in 1964 at the National School of Administration, she graduated in 1967, in finance and economics 3. She then flies off in France to prepare a doctorate in private law at the Institute of Insurance of Lyon 1.
Oujda is a major Moroccan city in its northeast near the border with Algeria.
Mohammed V University, in Rabat, Morocco, was founded in 1957 under a royal decree (Dahir). It is the first modern university in Morocco after the University of al-Qarawiyyin in Fez.
She then joined the Moroccan Ministry of Finance as an official. She rose through the ranks until his appointment in 1994, head of the Directorate of Insurance 1.
In August 1997, she was appointed Secretary of State to the Minister of Social Affairs, in charge of the National Mutual Aid in Government Filali III 4.
In 1998, she was called to join the royal cabinet, as Counsellor of the sovereign. In 1999, she participated in the creation of the Mohammed V Solidarity Foundation, of which she is appointed Associate Director 5.
|Advisor to the King|
|State Secretary to the Minister of Social Affairs, in charge of the National Mutual|
|Prime Minister||Abdellatif Filali|
|Place of birth||Oujda (Morocco)|
|Date of death||(70 years)|
|Place of death||Rabat (Morocco)|
|Manner of death||Stroke|
|Graduated from||Mohammed V University in Rabat|
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|Prime Minister||Abdellatif Filali (b. 1929)||Independent||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Ministry of Foreign Affairs||Abdellatif Filali (b. 1929)||Independent||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Ministry of State||Moulay Ahmed Alaoui (b. 1919)||Independent||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Ministry of Interior||Driss Basri (b. 1938)||Independent||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Ministry of Justice||Omar Azziman (b. 1947)||Independent||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Ministry of Finance, Trade, Industry and Crafts||Driss Jettou (b. 1945)||Independent||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Ministry of Agriculture, Equipment and Environment||Abdelaziz Meziane Belfkih||Independent||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Ministry of Habous and Islamic Affairs||Abdelkbir Alaoui M’Daghri (b. 1942)||Independent||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Ministry of Housing, Employment and Vocational Training||Mourad Cherif||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Ministry of Fishery, Administrative Affairs and Relations with the Parliament||Mostapha Sahel (b. 1946)||Independent||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Ministry of Communication and Spokesperson of the Government||Driss Alaoui M’Daghri (b. 1944)||Independent||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Ministry of Social Affairs, Health, Youth & Sports and National Cooperation||Abdellatif Guerraoui||Independent||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Ministry of Telecommunications||Abdeslam Ahizoune||Independent||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Culture||Driss Khalil||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Ministry of Education||Rachid Belmokhtar (b. 1942)||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Ministry of Transport, Merchant Navy, Tourism, Energy and Mines||Driss Benhima (b. 1954)||Independent||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Secretary General of the Government||Abdessadeq Rabiaa (b. 1945)||Independent||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Delegate-Ministry for the Administration of National Defense||Abderrahmane Sbai (b. 1940)||Independent||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Delegate-Ministry for the Establishment of the State||Abderrahmane Saidi||Independent||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs||Taieb Fassi Fihri (b. 1958)||Independent||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Secretary of State for Culture||Aziza Bennani||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Secretary of State for Finance||Abdelfettah Benmansour||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Secretary of State for Trade, Industry and Crafts||Abderazzak El Mossadeq (b. 1948)||Independent||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Secretary of State for the Promotion of Agriculture||Abdeladim El Hafi||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Secretary of State for the Environment||Houssein Tijani||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Secretary of State for the Development of the Mining Sector||Amina Benkhadra (b. 1954)||RNI||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Secretary of State for Health||Fouad Hammadi||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Secretary of State for National Cooperation||Zoulikha Nasri||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Secretary of State for Youth and Sports||Nawal El Moutawakil (b. 1962)||RNI||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|Secretary of State for Human Rights||Mohamed Ziane||UC||13 August 1997 - 14 March 1998|
|National Rally of Independents (RNI)|
|Constitutional Union (UC)|
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