Morocco (Amazigh): Officially: The Kingdom of Morocco is an Arab country located in the far west of North Africa with its capital Rabat and the largest city of Casablanca, which is considered the economic capital, and the most important cities: Salé, Fez, Marrakech, Meknes, Tangier, Agadir, Safi , Tetouan, Wazzan, Oujda, Settat, Taza, Laayoune and Al Hoceima. Morocco overlooks the Mediterranean Sea to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the west, with the Strait of Gibraltar in the middle; east to Algeria (a dispute over the Moroccan border with Algeria) and south to Mauritania. In the narrow sea strip between Morocco and Spain, three Spanish cataclysms are Ceuta, Melilla and a pirate rock. Morocco has been a member of the United Nations since 1956 and the League of Arab States since 1958 and the International Olympic Committee since 1959 and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation since 1969 and the International Organization of la Francophonie since 1981 and is a founding member of the Arab Maghreb Union since 1989 and the Mediterranean Dialogue Group since 1995 and the Group of Seventy-seven since 2003 and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization As an outside head ally since 2004, and then the Union for the Mediterranean in 2008. Morocco was recently elected a new non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council for a two-year term, from 1 January 2012 to December 2013, and a member of the African Union, The unity of the Afar Which had already been withdrawn from Morocco in 1984 because of its refusal to recognize its sovereignty over the Moroccan Sahara. However, it has a special place in the Union: taking advantage of the services offered by the member states, such as the African Development Bank Group. In 2008, the European Union granted Morocco the advanced status of the Association and Neighborhood Agreements, which enables Morocco to participate in some European agencies. Morocco also agreed to gradually join the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) after an invitation to join in 2011. Morocco is a state with a parliamentary system of constitutional monarchy elected by a parliament. The 2011 parliamentary elections were monitored by international observers for the second time in Morocco. However, the participation rate reached 45.44% of the total number of voters. The winner of the last elections was the Justice and Development Party (AKP) after winning 125 seats in parliament. The Ottoman leader of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) as prime minister of the Kingdom of Morocco after the dismissal of Abdel Ilah Benkirane