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Paul Biya (Paul Barthélemy Biya'a bi Mvondo)

Date of Birth: 13/02/1933


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    Vol 3 (AAC) No 6 |
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Jia Qinglin

At each stop, Jia sought to build ties with presidents and legislative leaders: Paul Biya and National Assembly President Cavayé Djibril in Cameroon, Hifikepunye Pohamba and National Council Chair Asser Kapere in Namibia, and Jacob Zuma and National Council of Provinces Chair Mninwa Mahlangu in South Africa...


No funeral for Françafrique

Yet no current leader - Presidents Laurent Gbagbo, Paul Biya, Blaise Compaoré or Denis Sassou-Nguesso - can fulfil the role pioneered by Côte d'Ivoire's President Félix Houphouët-Boigny and continued by the 'Grand Camarade'...


Biya rejects the Ghana model

A similar commission for Cameroon has been resisted every step of the way by President Paul Biya and his ruling Rassemblement Démocratique du Peuple Camerounais (RDPC)...


Old wounds, new crises

CAMEROON: Political and economic drift Speculation about President Paul Biya’s political staying power will increase in 2009, just two years before the next presidential election...


Cameroon/Asia: New farmers from the East

Despite popular involvement in farming, Cameroon is about 70% dependent on food imports, with the high costs leading to protests and violence targeting the regime of President Paul Biya in 2008...


Beijing news network

Written by local journalists and a regular Xinhua contributor, Raphaël Mvogo, the piece blames President Paul Biya and the corrupt leaders and bureaucrats around him for some of these failures...


Boutef, the Life President

Following in the footsteps of Namibia’s President Sam Nujoma and Cameroon’s President Paul Biya, President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has joined the roster of African presidents who have persuaded their parliaments to end or extend the constitutional limits on the number of terms a president may serve...


Biya's grip

Twenty-six years in power do not explain the grip on Cameroon of Paul Biya and his ethnic clique...


Master political survivor

The former first lady Germaine Ahidjo, widow of Cameroon's first President, recently admitted in a rare interview that her Muslim husband Ahmadou Ahidjo made mistakes during his 26 years as President, but the most grievous was to hand over power to his Christian Prime Minister, Paul Biya...

Paul Biya was born in 1933, graduated with a diploma in international relations from the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris in 1961, and went home to serve under Ahidjo...


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