House of Councillors (Morocco)

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The House of Councillors (Berber: Agraw en imessemtiren, Arabic: مجلس المستشارين) is the upper house of the Parliament of Morocco and has 270 members, elected for a nine-year term, elected by local councils (162 seats), professional chambers (91 seats) and wage-earners (27 seats).

The 2011 Constitution of Morocco retained this second chamber, but reduced its term of office from 9 to 6 years and its size to 120 seats.

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Coordinates: 34°01′03″N 6°50′12″W / 34.01750°N 6.83667°W / 34.01750; -6.83667

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