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|Prime Minister of the Central African Republic|
15 March 1991 – 4 December 1992
|Preceded by||Post abolished
(previously held by Simon Narcisse Bozanga)
|Succeeded by||Timothée Malendoma|
|Born||1938 (age 76–77)|
Frank presided over the 1986–1987 trial of former Emperor Jean-Bédel Bokassa. This was described in the press as "the first time in the history of post-colonial Africa that a former chief of state was put on public trial with full guarantees for his defense". Bokassa was sentenced to death at the end of the trial in June 1987. (The sentence was later reduced to life imprisonment, and Bokassa was released in 1993.) Later, Frank was Cabinet Secretary as of 1989.
Frank was appointed as Legal Adviser at the Presidency of the Republic on 6 January 2006. He was dismissed from that post in July 2007.
- "Death of children main issue of trial", Associated Press, 13 December 1986.
- "Bokassa doomed by Bangui court", Associated Press, The New York Times, 13 June 1987, section 1, page 5.
- Mike Thomson, "'Good old days' under Bokassa?", BBC News, 2 January 2009.
- "Central African Republic breaks diplomatic relations with Sudan", Associated Press, 29 May 1989.
- "CAR: President Bozizé issues decree dismissing presidential legal adviser", Radio Centrafrique, Bangui, 22 July 2007.
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