Mohamed Djaanfari

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Mohamed Djaanfari (born 1952) is a politician in The Comoros. He is a retired French air force officer, local transportation tycoon and Vice-President of the Assembly of the Union of the Comoros. He contested the 2006 presidential elections and ended up losing badly to Ahmed Abdallah Mohamed Sambi. He received only 13.65% of the national vote on 14 May 2006, compared to Sambi's 58.02%.

Djaanfari is a deputy in the Assembly from Sima. He was a candidate in the June 2008 presidential election on Anjouan,[1] losing to Moussa Toybou in a second round of voting. He received 47.58% of the vote against 52.42% for Toybou.[2]

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  1. ^ "Début de la campagne pour le second tour de la présidentielle à Anjouan", AFP (Jeuneafrique.com), June 21, 2008 (French).
  2. ^ "Moussa Toybou declared Anjouan president", Pana (afriquenligne.fr), July 3, 2008.