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Chaouia-Ouardigha
Chaouia-Ouardigha
(Arabic: الشاوية ورديغة‎) was formerly one of the sixteen regions of Morocco
Morocco
from 1997 to 2015. It was situated in north-central Morocco
Morocco
in the historical region of Chaouia. It covered an area of 7,010 km² and had a population of 1,893,950 (2014 census).[1] The capital was Settat. The last Wali
Wali
(governor) of the region was Mohamed Moufakkir.[2] Administrative divisions[edit] The region was made up of the following provinces:

Ben Slimane
Ben Slimane
Province Berrechid
Berrechid
Province Khouribga
Khouribga
Province Settat
Settat
Province

Moroccan regions were reorganized in September 2015: Khouribga Province joined Béni Mellal-Khénifra, while the other three provinces were incorporated into Casablanca-Settat. Cities[edit]

Ben Slimane Bouznika Khouribga Oued Zem Bejaad Boujniba Boulanouare Hattane Settat Berrechid Ben Ahmed El Gara El Borouj Oulad Abbou Deroua Oulad M'Rah Sidi Rahel Chatai Oulad Hriz Sahel Loulad Ras El Ain Soualem Oulad Said Guisser

References[edit]

^ "Recensement général de la population et de l'habitat de 2004" (PDF). Haut-commissariat au Plan, Lavieeco.com. Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 April 2012. Retrieved 22 April 2012.  ^ "Biographie de M. Mohamed Moufakkir, Wali
Wali
de la région Chaouia-Ouardigha, gouverneur de la province de Settat". menara.ma. September 30, 2014. 

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Regions of Morocco

from 2015

Béni Mellal-Khénifra Casablanca-Settat Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab(**) Drâa-Tafilalet Fès-Meknès Guelmim-Oued Noun(*) Laâyoune-Sakia El Hamra(*) Marrakech-Safi Oriental Rabat-Salé-Kénitra Souss-Massa Tanger-Tetouan-Al Hoceima

1997-2015

Chaouia-Ouardigha Doukkala-Abda Fès-Boulemane Gharb-Chrarda-Béni Hssen Grand Casablanca Guelmim-Es Semara(*) Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra(*) Marrakesh-Tensift-El Haouz Meknès-Tafilalet Oriental Oued Ed-Dahab-Lagouira(*) Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaer Souss-Massa-Drâa Tadla-Azilal Tangier-Tetouan Taza-Al Hoceima-Taounate

1971-1997

Southern(*) Tansift Central Northwestern North-Central Eastern South-Central

Regions falling partly (*) or entirely (**) within the disputed territory of Western Sahara

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