Who is Ethiopian President?

Who is Ethiopian President?

Sahle-Work Zewde
Ethiopia/President
The President of Ethiopia is the head of state of Ethiopia. The position is largely a ceremonial one, with executive power vested in the Prime Minister. The current president is Sahle-Work Zewde, who took office on 25 October 2018.

Who is the king of Gabon?

Ali Bongo Ondimba
Vice President Pierre-Claver Maganga Moussavou
Preceded by Omar Bongo
Personal details
Born Alain Bernard Bongo 9 February 1959 Brazzaville, French Equatorial Africa (now Congo-Brazzaville)

Who was the first Ethiopian President?

List

No. Name (Birth–Death)
1 Mengistu Haile Mariam (born 1937)
Tesfaye Gebre Kidan (1935–2004) Acting
• Transitional Government of Ethiopia (1991–1995) •

Who is the current third president of Gabon?

Ali Bongo Ondimba (born Alain Bernard Bongo; 9 February 1959), sometimes known as Ali Bongo, is a Gabonese politician who has been the third president of Gabon since October 2009. Ali Bongo is the son of Omar Bongo, who was President of Gabon from 1967 until his death in 2009.

When did El Hadj Omar become president of Gabon?

Born Albert-Bernard Bongo, December 30, 1935, in Lewai, Franceville, Gabon; given name changed to El Hadj Omar in 1973. Married first wife, divorced 1988; married Edith Lucie Sassou-Nguesso, 1990; children: Ali (son). Religion: Muslim. Military/Wartime Service: Gabonese Air Force, 1958-60. President of Gabon.

When did Gabon become a one party state?

In March 1968, Bongo declared Gabon a one-party state by dissolving the BDG and establishing a new party—the Parti Democratique Gabonais (PDG). He invited all Gabonese, regardless of previous political affiliation, to participate.

When did Gabon get its independence from France?

Since its independence from France in 1960, the sovereign state of Gabon has had three presidents. In the early 1990s, Gabon introduced a multi-party system and a new democratic constitution that allowed for a more transparent electoral process and reformed many governmental institutions.

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