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Jean-Pierre Thystère Tchicaya - Death
... Tchicaya was falsely reported to have died in Paris in October 2007 ... Prime Minister Isidore Mvouba described Tchicaya as a "great statesman" and a "worthy son of our country", and he said that Tchicaya had "always shown great consistency in his ... Tchicaya's body was returned to Brazzaville from Paris on July 4, and he was the subject of an official tribute in the Palace of the Parliament on July 5 ...
Jean-Pierre Thystère Tchicaya - Political Career Under Single-party Rule
... Tchicaya, a founding member of the Congolese Labour Party (PCT), became Minister of Vocational and Technical Education in December 1971, and in August 1973 his portfolio was expanded to include higher education he ... Shortly after Denis Sassou Nguesso became President in early 1979, Tchicaya was elected as Vice-President by an extraordinary PCT party congress on March 31, 1979 ... this decision was not officially explained, some speculated that Tchicaya was believed to have been involved in 1982 bomb attacks in Brazzaville ...
History Of The Republic Of The Congo - Road To Independence
... Congolese politician until 1956 was Jean-Félix Tchicaya, born in Libreville on 9 November 1903 and a member of the royal family of the Kingdom of Loango ... On 21 November 1945, Tchicaya became one of the first African leaders elected to the French parliament, giving him great prestige in his native country ... Although Tchicaya was on the left of the French political spectrum, he never strongly questioned French colonial rule ...
Tchicaya U Tam'si
... Tchicaya U Tam'si (born August 25, 1931 in Mpili died April 22, 1988 in Bazancourt, near Paris) was a Congolese author ... His official name is Gérald-Félix Tchicaya his artist name means small paper that speaks for a country in Kikongo ...
Jean-Pierre Thystère Tchicaya - Political Career After 1990
... After splitting from the PCT, Tchicaya was part of the opposition National Union for Democracy and Progress (UNDP) at the beginning of the transition to multiparty democracy, but he left the UNDP to ... Tchicaya backed Bernard Kolélas of the Congolese Movement for Democracy and Integral Development (MCDDI) in the second round, but Lissouba defeated Kolélas ... appointed on 25 December 1992, Tchicaya was Minister of Mines, Energy and Hydrocarbons ...