Anne-Marie Goumba

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Anne-Marie Goumba is a member of the National Assembly of the Central African Republic and as a member of the Pan-African Parliament from the Central African Republic. She is the wife of long-time Central African politician Abel Goumba, the former President of the Patriotic Front for Progress (FPP).[1]

She was born in Rwanda, where she met Abel Goumba, whom she married, in the 1970s, when he was sent there while working for the World Health Organization.[2] She was elected to the National Assembly from the fifth district of Bangui in the 2005 parliamentary election,[1] receiving 37.32% of the vote in the second round.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Official site of Anne-Marie Goumba (French).
  2. ^ Francis Kpatindé, "Monsieur Propre est arrive !", Jeuneafrique.com, March 30, 2003 (French).
  3. ^ Results of 2005 parliamentary second round, batir-rca.org (French).