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King Mohammed VI’s birthday will no longer be celebrated in an official ceremony

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King Mohammed VI. / Ph. DR

In a statement published, Tuesday, the Royal Cabinet announced that King Mohammed VI’s birthday will no longer be celebrated in an official ceremony. In the same communiqué, he ordered «that starting from this year, no official ceremony will be held at the Royal Palace to celebrate his birthday».  

King Mohammed VI had previously instructed several institutions and bodies to commemorate the Throne Day, celebrated on July 30, in an «moderate way and without additional special events».

The Ministry of the Royal House, Protocol, and Chancellery said that the twentieth anniversary celebrations of King Mohammed VI's accession to the throne «will be conducted according to the customs and traditions adopted in the previous years».

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