Fouad Ali El Himma
, (6 December 1962 —) was born in Marrakech
and is delegate minister to the interior of the Kingdom of Morocco
Ali El Himma is a former classmate of the King Muhammad VI
at the Royal College.
He became chief of cabinet of the then Crown Prince Sidi Muhammad in October 1998.
After his accession to the throne, Muhammad VI appointed him as State Secretary to the Interior on 6 November 1999.
1986: Earned a BSc of Law from Mohammad V University in Rabat.
1986-1990: Began his training Period in the Ministry of the Interior (Morocco).
1988: Earned a Post Graduate Diploma in Political Science.
1989: Earned a Post Graduate Diploma in Administrative Science.
1992-1997: Elected President of the Municipal Council for Bin Jareer (Morocco).
1992-1997: Parliamentary Deputy for Rahamneh Constituency (Morocco).
1997: Named Head of the Court of the Crown Prince (Morocco).
1999-2000: Secretary of State in the Ministry of the Interior (Morocco).
2002: Minister Delegate to the Interior (Morocco).
August 2007: Quit the Ministry of Interior to participate in the parliament election of September 2007
2008: founded the Authenticity and Modernity Party