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Sierra Leone

Mr Charles Francis Kondo Margai

Date of Birth: 19/08/1945
Place of Birth: Bonthe


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The discord lingers on

Sam-Sumana is now represented by lawyer and opposition politician Charles Margai who, like Sam-Sumana, supported Koroma when he was first elected in 2007 but has since fallen out with him...

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Two divided houses

Before the 2007 elections, Charles Margai broke away from the party after failing to secure the candidacy, subsequently establishing the People’s Movement for Democratic Change (AC Vol 54 No 16, Shadowy third-term plan for Koroma)...


Shadowy third-term plan for Koroma

Charles Margai, leader of the People’s Movement for Democratic Change, claims the plan is to persuade parliament to extend the presidential term to seven years...


Elections 2012: Koroma in front

Bio was willing but then Koroma pulled out and Charles Margai of the People’s Movement for Democratic Change withdrew because he wanted the debate to be about Koroma’s record (AC Vol 48 No 21, The new man picks his team)...


Not so golden jubilee

Charles Margai, a nephew and leader of the People’s Movement for Democratic Change (PMDC), did not attend the awards ceremony...


The new man picks his team

It backed Koroma in a surprise move that its leader, Charles Margai, said was intended to heal the tribal and regional split in the country, after the 11 August first-round polls showed that the north and west had voted for the APC, while the south and east had voted for the Mende-dominated SLPP and PMDC parties...


A turn for the worse

Charles Margai, whose People's Movement for Democratic Change is a breakaway from the SLPP, took 14% of the presidential vote and ten parliamentary seats...


Closer and more credible

Up against Koroma will be Solomon Berewa of the Sierra Leone People's Party (SLPP), with 38%; Charles Margai of the People's Movement for Democratic Change (PMDC) had 14%...


Breaking the political mould

Horse-trading aside, front running presidential candidate Ernest Bai Koroma and the People's Movement for Democratic Change's (PMDC) Charles Margai say their alliance will produce an inclusive government offering ministerial jobs to Sierra Leone People's Party (SLPP) supporters as well as Margai's allies in the PMDC...


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