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ABBAS EL FASSI: HEAD OF THE GOVERNMENTAGENDA: AGENDA GEOGRAPHY HISTORY PEOPLE ECONOMY DEFENSE CHALLENGES Slide9: TOTAL AREA : 710,850 SQ KM > CALIFORNIA; FIVE MOUNTAIN CHAINS DOMINATE THE COUNTRY; FERTILE PLAIN ON THE ATLANTIC COAST ; MEDITERRANEAN CLIMATE, COLD/ WARM WINTERS AND HOT DRY SUMMERS; SOUTH, RAINFALL IS LESS AND TEMPERATURES ARE HIGHER. GEOGRAPHYSlide13: HISTORYSlide14: Morocco has been the home of the Berbers since the second millennium B.C.Slide15: In 46 A.D, Morocco was annexed by Rome as part of the province of Mauritania; In the 5th century AD, Vandals overran Rome and annexed Morocco.Slide16: ISLAM WAS BROUGHT BY THE ARABS IN 685 AD; AN INDEPENDENT MOROCCAN KINGDOM WAS ESTABLISHED IN 788 AD.Slide17: » Idrissid dynasty (780-974)Slide18: Almoravid dynasty ruled in Morocco and Spain (1073-1147)Slide19: Almohad dynasty ruled in Morocco, Spain and Portugal (1130-1269)Slide20: Marinids dynasty (1215-1420) FESSlide21: The period from 1465 to 1472 was unstable, and the last of the Moroccan possessions in Al Andalous were lost. Slide22: Sultan Mly ISMAEL (ruled: 1672-1727) Sultan Yussef Ben Hassan (1882- 1927) King MOHAMMED V (1927-1953& 1957-1961 King HASSAN II (1929, 1961-1999) King MOHAMMED VI 1963- King since 1999 Slide23: IN 1912, MOROCCO BECAME A FRENCH PROTECTORATE IN THE CENTER SPANISH PROTECTORATE IN THE NORTH AND SOUTH; IN 1956 MOROCCO GAINED ITS INDEPENDENCE. Slide24: Qadi Abdel Karim El Khattabi (1882- 1963) Berber leader of the Rif the leader of a wide scale armed resistance movement against French and Spanish colonial rule in North Africa. His guerilla tactics are known to have inspired Ho Chi Minh, Mao Zedong, and Che Guevara. Slide25: Population estimated to 31 million The majority is Arab and Berber Islam is the predominant religion Morocco's official language is Arabic French is used as second language. Slide26: Age structure 0-14yrs Males: 5 355 388, Females: 5 156 762 15-64 yrs Males:10 013 466, Females: 10 112 060 65+yrs: Males 692 465, Females:878 960 Ethnic groups Arab & Berber: 99.1% Christian: 0.7% Jewish: 0,2% ECONOMY: ECONOMY GDP Purchasing power parity: 152.5 billion Official exchange rate: 58.08 billion GDP per capita: $4600 GDP per sector Agriculture: 13.3% Industry: 31.2% Services: 52.5 Inflation rate: 2.8% Industries Agriculture : Industries Agriculture Phosphate mining and processing Food processing Leather goods Textiles Construction Tourism Wheat Citrus Fish Vegetables olives Livestock Export / import partners: France, Spain, UK, Italy, India, US Slide30: Labor force: 11.25 million Labor force by occupation Agriculture: 40% Industry: 15% Services: 45% Employment rate: 9%Slide31: Education is free and compulsory; About 230,000 students enrolled in 14 public universities. Karaouine University, in Fez, Al-Akhawayn, an English-medium, American-style university comprising about 1,000 students.Slide32: Located in Fes. Founded in 859, the university is one of the leading spiritual and educational centers of the Muslim world and is considered the oldest continously operating institution of higher learning in the world. By the Guinness Book of World Records.Slide33: Al-Idrisi's world map from 1154. Note that south is at the top of the map. Abu Abd Allah Muhammad al-Idrisi (أبو عبد الله محمد الإدريسي) (born 1100 - died 1165) was a Moroccan cartographer, geographer, and traveller Slide34: Morocco is a constitutional monarchy with a bicameral legislature The king holds effective power and appoints the prime minister The bicameral parliament consists of: 270-seat chamber of counselors 325-seat chamber of representatives The legal system is based on Islamic law as well as French and Spanish civil law. Slide35: Branches : Executive--king (head of state). Prime minister : head of government. Legislative : Bicameral parliament. Judicial : Supreme Court. Slide36: SC & CAF The King Army Inspectors ** AF Inspector ** Navy Inspector * G I AF *** NDA Chief Minister SF Chief *** Army Inspectors ** Army Inspectors ** Army Inspectors **Slide37: SAID NAWAL HICHAM AOUITA EL MOUTAWAKIL EL GUERROUG 5000M Gold medal Los Angles 1984 400M Hurdle Gold medal Los Angles 1984 1500 & 5000M Gold medals Athena2004Slide42: Minaret of the Koutoubia Mosque, Marrakesh, Morocco Slide45: MARRAKECHSlide47: CASABLANCASlide48: C A S A B L A N C ASlide49: RABATSlide50: RABATSlide51: Ameliorate livelihood conditions; Eradicate poverty and Illiteracy; Promote democracy and human rights; Achieve territory integrity; Reach 10 millions tourists in 2010.Slide52: SAHARA You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.