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Paul Biya (Paul Barthélemy Biya'a bi Mvondo)

Date of Birth: 13/02/1933


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A peninsula war

The Commander-in-Chief, President Paul Biya, signed the statement dismissing Mveng who, just a week before, had presided over the state funeral of 21 soldiers, gunned down by unknown assailants on 12 November at the C3 command post in the Peninsula...


Secretarial duties

As is by now usual, President Paul Biya of Cameroon was represented by his Anglophone Prime Minister, Chief Ephraim Inoni, who since his executive powers are limited, was not included as a head of government...


No contest

After its landslide win in fraudulent parliamentary and local elections on 22 July, President Paul Biya promised that his ruling Rassemblement Démocratique du Peuple Camerounais (RDPC) would 'modernise' the country...


On the brink

  Cameroon court Cameroon’s President Paul Biya will be 74 in February and is not due to leave office until 2011...


Biya goes on and on

President Paul Biya, an expert at staying in power, has presided over two decades of economic and social disaster...


The pink card

President Paul Biya's regime has survived much but until now, none of his opponents dared play the pink card...


Post haste

On 4 October the Post newspaper of Cameroon published a front-page story alleging corrupt links between Social Democratic Front leader Ni John Fru Ndi and President Paul Biya...


Lacklustre and listless

As President Paul Biya settles in to his fifth consecutive term of office, with seven more years stretching ahead, there is no sign of any serious challenge to the 71-year-old's almost nonchalant command (AC Vol 45 No 20)...


Seven more years

President Paul Biya will win a comfortable majority over his 15 opponents and there won't be another presidential election until 2011...


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