Joint Cabinet Crisis

JOINT CABINET CRISIS

The Joint Cabinet Crisis (JCC) is an excellent opportunity to take part in a more dynamic, fast-paced, and challenging debate environment. Two separate working groups will be formed, to be decided at a later date. Each group will be presented with a series of interrelated crises pertaining to current events. The cabinets must work to solve the contentions between them and further their national interests through both official means of communication and bi-lateral debate, as well as secret notes passed from committee to committee via the Crisis Staff. Communiqués, press releases, directives, and resolutions, moderated by conference staff, will serve as the JCC’s official documented progress towards resolution of the debates.

The JCC convenes at the Southeast RegionalSouthwest, Northeast Regional, and National University MALs. Every delegate assigned to the JCC represents a prominent figurehead in one of two government cabinets.

NEW Guide to the Joint Cabinet Crisis

2015-16 NUMAL Resources:

JCC Cabinets

Algeria and the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) v. Morocco

Algeria and SADR

Name: Position:
Abdelaziz Bouteflika President of Algeria
Abdelmalik Sellal Prime Minister of Algeria
Mohamed Abdelaziz President of SADR (Polisario)
Abdelkader Taleb Omar Prime Minster of SADR (Polisario)
Sabri Boukadoum Algerian Ambassador to the UN
Lamine Baali SADR Ambassador to AU (Polisario)
Fatma Mehdi Gen. Sec. of National Union of Sahrawi Women (Polisario)
Ramtame Lamamra Minister of Foreign Affairs (Algeria)

Morocco

Mohammed VI King of Morocco
Abdelilah Benkirane Head of Government
Omar Hilale Moroccan Ambassador to UN
Abdellatif Hammouchi Head of Direction générale de la surveillance du territoire (DGST)
Bouchaib Arroub General of Armed Forces & Military Intelligence
Housni Benslimane Commander of Royal Gendarmerie
Salaheddine Mezouar Minister of Foreign Affairs
Mustapha El Khalfi Minister of Communications; Spokesperson of the Govt

 

RESOURCES:

Algeria and SADRDossiers

Morocco – Dossiers

Student Leadership Development Program from the National Council on US-Arab Relations