PAM President 2016

H.E. Sen. Lhou Lmarbouh

Lhou Lmarbouh, born on 1 July 1954 in Ksar Mellab (Errachidia), is a Civil Engineer with specialization in Mines who has completed his formation in Nancy (France) in 1980. He is fluent in French, Arabic, English and Tamazight.
In October 2012 he was appointed as Vice-President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean (PAM) and as President of the Second PAM Standing Committee for Economic, Social and Environmental Cooperation. In this capacity he has organised the 2012 high level Conference on “Energy Challenges in the Euro Mediterranean Region” in Ourzazate and the 2013 Third Meeting of the Panel Steering Committee together with the Meeting of the Executive Members of the Energy Group in Rabat.
He formerly served as:
  • Technical Director of the Djebel Aouam Mining Society (SMA) since 1980 to 1986;
  • Director of Africérame, Society for Ceramics in Casablanca (1986-1996);
  • Administrator of the Mining Society Somoval (since 1996);
  • Director General of the Global Mines Researches and Exploitations Society (since 1997);
  • Vice-President of the Indian-Moroccan GFL – GM Fluorspar Society (since 2012).
As a result of his deep engagement in the fields of development and mining industry, he is a member of various important associations, both in France and Morocco.
Sen. Lmarbouh is a Moroccan national.
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