Talk:History of Niger

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did most slaves in america come from Niger ? the preceding unsigned question is by 12.210.133.241 (talk • contribs) 08:39, 2004 November 25

Republic Day in Niger (1958) ???[edit]

Politics of Niger states:

National holiday: Republic Day, 18 December (1958)

What exactly happened on this day in the history of Niger, two weeks after Niger became an autonomous state within the French Community on 1958 December 4 ? -- PFHLai 04:11, 13 December 2005 (UTC)

Just a note: the December 4th election results (on whether to remain in the French Community, and for the Nigerien territitorial assembly) were confirmed on the 16th, after the French Fifth Republic was declared October 4, 1958. The PPN led UCFA (yes) defeated SWABA (no), winning 54 seats in the 60 seat assembly. On the 18th Niger declared itself a Republic WITHIN the French community and the Territorial Assembly became the Constituent Assembly. In March 1959 this became the Legislative Assembly. The French Fifth Republic passed a revision of the French Community allowing membership of independent states, and on 28 July the Nigerien Legislative Assembly became the Nigerien National Assembly: Independence was declared on 3 August 1960. This is via Decalo (1979) pp.36-37, 189 T L Miles (talk) 16:30, 25 July 2008 (UTC)

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