Martial Joseph Ahipeaud

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Martial Ahipeaud

Martial Joseph Ahipeaud (born June 29, 1966, in Lakota) is an Ivorian politician. A founding member of the Fédération estudiantine et scolaire de Côte d'Ivoire (FESCI) formed in 1990 of which he became the first Secretary General, he is the president of the Union for Development and Liberties (UDL)[1] since 2006. Ahipeaud was also adviser to the President Robert Guéï from 2000 to 2002.

As a consultant of international relations and intermediation, Ahipeaud is also a university teacher. Married and father of four children, he is a Doctor in the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London. His thesis dealt with "The Ideology of Elite Ivorians - Press and Politics of 1944 to 1999"

Ahipeaud advocated the "third way" concerning his political party, the UDL[vague].

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  1. ^ "Ivorian President Gbagbo's term marked by emergence of new parties - paper". Le Patriote via BBC. 7 June 2007. Retrieved 13 February 2011. Ahipeaud Martial, The former student 'leader has left The Umbrella Party. ...As The chairperson of the Union speech for the Development of Liberties...