List of presidents of the National Assembly of Chad

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This article lists the presidents of the National Assembly Chad, from the establishment of the National Assembly of Chad in 1959 to the present day.

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List of officeholders

Presidents of the National Assembly of Chad (1959–1990)

NameTook officeLeft office
Allahou Taher [1] 19591960
Ahmed Kotoko [1] 19601961
Mahamat Abdelkerim [1] 19621963
Adoum Tchere [1] 19641968
Abbo Nassour [1] 1970April 1975
Jean Alingué Bawoyeu [2] August 5, 1990December 6, 1990

Presidents of Conseil Supérieur de Transition (CST, 1993–1997)

NameTook officeLeft office
Lol Mahamat Choua [2] April 1993October 15, 1994
Mahamat Bashir [2] October 15, 19941997

Presidents of the National Assembly of Chad (since 1997)

NameTook officeLeft office
Wadel Abdelkader Kamougué [2] 9 May 19972002
Nassour Guelendouksia Ouaido [3] [2] 10 June 200223 June 2011
Haroun Kabadi [4] 23 June 201120 April 2021

Sources

  1. 1 2 3 4 5 Azevedo, Mario Joaquin: Roots of Violence. A History of War in Chad
  2. 1 2 3 4 5 Europa World Year Book 2004
  3. http://archive.ipu.org/parline-e/reports/arc/2061_02.htm
  4. http://archive.ipu.org/parline-e/reports/arc/2061_11.htm

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