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House of Representatives (Morocco)

House of Representatives
مجلس النواب
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Leadership
President of the House of Representatives
Rachid Talbi AlamiNRI
since 2014
Structure
Seats 230
Current Structure of the House of Representatives
Political groups

Government coalition

  •      PJD (107)
  •      PI (60)
  •      MP (32)
  •      PPS (18)

Opposition parties

  •      RNI (52)
  •      PAM (47)
  •      USFP (39)
  •      UC (23)
  •      PT (4)
  •      Other parties (13)
Elections
Party-list proportional representation
Last election
25 November 2011
Meeting place
Rabat, Morocco
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Morocco
Judiciary

The Moroccan Parliament has two chambers. The House of Representatives (Arabic: مجلس النواب‎, Berber: Agraw n imarayen ⴰⴳⵔⴰⵡ ⵏ ⵉⵎⴰⵔⴰⵢⴻⵏ, French: Chambre des représentants) has 325 members elected for a five-year term, 295 elected in multi-seat constituencies and 30 in national lists consisting only of women. The other chamber is the House of Councillors.

Composition after 2011 election

Party Total seats Seats % Seat change Constituency seats List seats Votes Votes %
Justice and Development Party 107 27.1 Increase61 83 24 X X
Istiqlal Party 60 15.2 Increase 8 47 13 X X
National Rally of Independents 52 13.2 Increase13 40 12 X X
Authenticity and Modernity Party 47 11.9 Increase47 35 12 X X
Socialist Union of Popular Forces 39 9.9 Increase 1 30 9 X X
Popular Movement 32 8.1 Decrease 9 24 8 X X
Constitutional Union 23 5.8 Decrease 4 17 6 X X
Party of Progress and Socialism (PPS) 18 4.6 Increase 1 12 6 X X
Labour party 4 1 Decrease 1 4 0 X X
Party of Renewal and Equity 2 0.5 Decrease 2 2 0 X X
Democratic and Social Movement (MDS) 2 0.5 Decrease 7 2 0 X X
Environment and Development Party 2 0.5 Decrease 3 2 0 X X
Democratic Oath Party (SD) 2 0.5 Increase 2 2 0 X X
Front of Democratic Forces 1 0.3 Decrease 8 1 0 X X
Action Party (PA) 1 0.3 Increase 1 1 0 X X
Union and Democracy Party (PUD) 1 0.3 Increase 1 1 0 X X
Party of Liberty and Social Justice (PLJS) 1 0.3 Increase 1 1 0 X X
Green Left Party 1 0.3 Increase 1 1 0 X X
Socialist Party (PS) 0 0 Decrease 2 0 0 X X
Moroccan Union for Democracy (UMD) 0 0 Decrease 2 0 0 X X
Citizens' Forces (PFC) 0 0 Decrease 1 0 0 X X
Party of Renaissance and Virtue (PRV) 0 0 Decrease 1 0 0 X X
National Congress Party (PCNI) 0 0 Decrease 6 0 0 X X
Moroccan Liberal Party (PLM) 0 0 Steady 0 0 X X
Social Centre Party (PCS) 0 0 Steady 0 0 X X
Reform and Development Party (PRD) 0 0 Steady 0 0 X X
National Democratic Party 0 0 Steady 0 0 X X
Party of Hope (PE) 0 0 Steady 0 0 X X
Democratic Society Party (PSD) 0 0 Steady 0 0 X X
Democratic Independence Party (PDI) 0 0 Steady 0 0 X X
Independents 0 0 Decrease 5 0 0 X X
Total (turnout 45.4%) 395 100% Increase70 305 90 X X

Source: Moroccan government.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Résultats définitifs des élections législatives du 25 novembre". Moroccan national portal site. Retrieved 28 November 2011. 


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