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Haroun Kabadi

Haroun Kabadi (born 1949?) is a Chadian politician. He was Prime Minister of Chad from June 2002 to June 2003 and has been President of the National Assembly of Chad since June 2011.

Politics

Kabadi is a member of the

Preceded by
Nagoum Yamassoum
Prime Minister of Chad
June 13, 2002 – June 24, 2003
Succeeded by
Moussa Faki
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  2. ^ "Chad's president appoints new prime minister, government", Associated Press, June 13, 2003.
  3. ^ "Chad: Premier Kabadi "collapses" while delivering policy statement in parliament", Africa No 1 radio, Libreville, June 26, 2002.
  4. ^ "Chad: President Deby appoints Moussa Faki Mahamat as new prime minister", BBC Monitoring International Reports, June 24, 2003.
  5. ^ "Remaniement : l'ex-rebelle Mahamat Nour nommé ministre de la Défense", AFP, March 4, 2007 (French).
  6. ^ "DECRET N°224/PR/PM/2007, Portant Remaniement du Gouvernement", Chadian government website, March 4, 2007 (French).
  7. ^ "Liste des Membres du Gouvernement du 23 Avril 2008", website of the Chadian Presidency (French).
  8. ^ "Idriss Déby Itno investi candidat à la présidentielle d’avril", African Press Agency, 17 January 2011 (French).
  9. ^ "Tchad : Haroun Kabadi élu président de l'Assemblée Nationale", Xinhua, 25 June 2011 (French).

References

Kabadi also served as Secretary-General of the Presidency for a time. He was elected to replace Nagoum Yamassoum as Secretary-General of the MPS in January 2011.[8] Elected to a seat in the National Assembly in the February 2011 parliamentary election, Kabadi was then elected as President of the National Assembly in June 2011.[9]

On March 4, 2007, he was appointed as Minister of State for Agriculture,[5][6] serving in that post until he was replaced in the government named on April 23, 2008.[7]

[4] to replace him in June 2003.Moussa Faki appointed Idriss Déby He remained Prime Minister for one year until President [3]

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