Moroccan Throne Day, which takes place annually on July 30, will celebrate the 20 anniversary of King Mohammed VI’s coronation.
Rabat – The Ministry of the Royal Household, Protocol and Chancellery has announced that the festivities for the 20th anniversary of the accession of King Mohammed VI to the throne of his glorious ancestors, will take place according to usual customs and traditions, as in previous years.
The ministry has called upon “the various institutions, bodies and national personalities to commemorate this happy occasion in a normal way, without additional or special celebrations.”
The Throne day, July 30th, marks King Mohammed V’s ascension to the Throne.
King Mohammed VI succeeded his late father, Hassan II, on July, 23, 1999 and officially took the throne on July 30.
On the event of the Moroccan Throne Day, several nationwide events are covered on public television, including official activities.
In addition to the events, decorative lights are put up in Morocco’s main avenues.