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Line of succession to the Moroccan throne

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Line of succession to the Moroccan throne

According to Article 20 of the Constitution, the crown of Morocco passes according to agnatic primogeniture among the descendants of King Hassan II – unless the reigning monarch designates a younger son as heir apparent – failing which it devolves to "the closest male in the collateral consanguinity".

Therefore the current line of succession is:

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