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Rochdi Chraibi

Rochdi Chraibi
رشدي الشرايبي
Director of the Royal Cabinet
Assumed office
17 February 2000
Preceded by Fouad Ali El Himma
Personal Secretary of Mohammed VI
In office
October 1998 – 17 February 2000
Preceded by

Fouad Ali El Himma(Personal Secretary of crown-Prince)

Abdelfettah Frej (Personal Secretary of Hassan II)
Succeeded by Mounir Majidi
Personal details
Born 1962 (age 53–54)
Ouarzazate, Morocco

Rochdi Chraibi (Arabic: رشدي الشرايبي‎; born 1962–Ouarzazate)is a senior member of the royal cabinet of king Mohammed VI of Morocco. He serves as the director of the monarch's cabinet since February 2000 and was a classmate of the alaouite monarch at the Collège Royal.[1][2][3]

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