Maire de Rabat, Trésorier adjoint de CGLU, président de la Commission de CGLU des finances locales pour le
Born in 1960 in Ghriss Soufli – Goulmima Errachidia, Morocco, Mohamed Sadiki was trained as an engineer at the Mohammedia School. Later on, he obtained a Master’s in Public Services Management. Mohamed Sadiki started his early career as an engineer specialized in Infrastructures and civil engineering, before assuming several leading posts in the private sector. Throughout his career, he notably became Director of Water Investments, and Director of Purchase and Logistics at Redal, which provides electricity, water supply and sanitation services in Morocco. Involved in the political life of his party at regional and national level, Mohamed Sadiki became in 2014 Chief of Staff of the Minister of Transports and Logistics. Besides his professional and political activities, Mohamed Sadiki has also given lectures in the framework of ISCAE Casa’s Master’s on Cities and Territories, specializing in transferred management of water, electricity and sanitation services. Formerly Councilor of the capital city of Morocco, as well as Regional Councilor and VicePresident of the Council of Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaër Region, Mohamed Sadiki was elected Mayor of Rabat in September 2015 Fluent in Arabic, Amazigh and French, Mohamed Sadiki also speaks English and Spanish. He is married and has four children.