The ceremony was graced by the presence of a host of artists and intellectuals who have highlighted the rich artistic career of this great playwright Moroccan has been creative adaptations of classic theater.
On this occasion, musical pieces were played by the band "Spring Art" led by the composer Ahmed Alaoui.
The initiative to pay tribute to the artist Laalej Tayeb is an opportunity to salute his activism in the arts for more than half a century, stressed the Secretary General of the PPS, Nabil Benabdellah.
This tribute reflects the interest of the PPS to the arts, he added, noting that the holy month of Ramadan is an ideal opportunity for this kind of event.
The tribute to Ahmed Tayeb Laalej is for all the Moroccan artists (designers, poets, composers, singers, actors) and journalists, for its part, said Khalid Naciri, a member of the Political Bureau of the PPS.
Naciri recalled the words of the late Yaata Ali, founder of PPS, in which he stressed that before being "artist and a monument of art", Ahmed Tayeb Laalej was a "big strong nationalist."
The composer Ahmed Alaoui, President of the Union of Moroccan music profession, for his part stressed the valuable contribution of this renowned artist to the Moroccan song, noting that two-thirds of the country songs are written by Ahmed Tayeb Laalej.
Born September 9, 1928 in Fez, Ahmed Tayeb Laalej marked the Moroccan theater with his fingerprints, drawing on foreign experience and capitalizing on the national heritage and folk tales to create modern texts.