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us: Bangui-Rombaye, Antoine, 1933-

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    • us: Rombaye, Antoine Bangui-, 1933-
    • us: Bangui, Antoine, 1933-
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        (naf) Chad
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        (naf) Chad
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (naf) Unesco
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: Coordination des mouvements armés et politiques de l'opposition (CMAP)
        • Organization: Mouvement pour la reconstruction nationale du Tchad (MORENAT)
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        (lcsh) Politicians
          (lcsh) Authors
      • Sources

        • found: His Les ombres de Kôh, c1983: t.p. (Antoine Bangui-Rombaye) p. 4 of cover (b. 1933; amb. from Chad)
        • found: Prisonnier de Tombalbaye, c1980: t.p. (Antoine Bangui-Rombaye) p. 4 cover (Antoine Bangui)
        • found: Dictionary of African Biography, accessed December 13, 2014, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (Bangui, Antoine; political figure, autobiographer, writer; born 22 November 1933 in Chad; completed his secondary studies at Lycée Die in France (1954); attended classes at the University of Grenoble; graduated with a teaching certification from teachers college in Caen (1957); minister of education of Chad (1962); minister for public works and transportation of Chad (1963); ambassador to West Germany (1964-1966); minister of planning and cooperation (1971); was arrested on a charge of plotting a coup and tortured for three years (1972); published his autobiography, Prisonnier de Tombalbaye (Prisoner of Tombalbaye) (1980); was a Chadian ambassador to Romania; worked at UNESCO until his retirement (1993); returned to Chad and formed the opposition party Mouvement pour la reconstruction nationale du Tchad (MORENAT); accused again of organizing a revolt (1999); helped to coordinate a coalition of opposition parties, the Coordination des mouvements armés et politiques de l'opposition (CMAP))
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        • 1986-02-06: new
        • 2015-04-01: revised
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