|Minister of Housing and Urbanism|
|Assumed office |
3 January 2012
|Prime Minister||Abdelilah Benkirane|
|Preceded by||Ahmed Toufiq Hjira|
|Secretary General of the Progress and Socialism Party|
|Assumed office |
31 May 2010
|Preceded by||Moulay Ismaïl Alaoui|
|Ambassador of Morocco to Italy|
November 2008 – July 2009
|Prime Minister||Abbas El Fassi|
|Succeeded by||Hassan Abouyoub|
|Member of the House of Councillors (Rabat-Agdal)|
September 2003 – June 2009
|Minister of Communication|
7 November 2002 – 15 October 2007
|Prime Minister||Driss Jettou|
|Preceded by||Mohamed Larbi Messari|
|Succeeded by||Khalid Naciri|
|Born||3 June 1959|
|Political party||Party of Progress and Socialism|
|Alma mater||Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales|
Born in Rabat, Nabil Benabdallah started his career as a translator in the Moroccan courts. Between 1997 and 2000 he was executive director of the Party of Progress and Socialism's official newspapers al-Bayan and Bayan al-Yawm.
In 2010, he was elected as the Secretary General of the Party of Progress and Socialism, succeeding Moulay Ismaïl Alaoui.
- "نبيل بنعبد الله : وزير السكنى والتعمير وسياسة المدينة (Official biography)" (PDF). Government of Morocco. Retrieved 18 March 2012.
- "Nomination Nabil Benabdallah se met à l'italien". La Gazette du Maroc. 2008-11-14. Retrieved 18 March 2012.
- David William (2007-02-15). "Nabil Benabdallah Le beau gosse du gouvernement !". Finance News. Retrieved 18 March 2012.
- Bachir HAJJAJ (5 March 2004). "La vie illustre et l'œuvre de Nabil Benabdallah 1er". Aujourd'hui le Maroc. Retrieved 18 March 2012.
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