Brahim Koulamallah

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Brahim Ahmed Koulamallah is a Chadian politician. He was the candidate of the Renewed African Socialist Movement in the May 2006 presidential election,[1] taking fifth (and last) place with 5.31% of the vote.[2][3][4] In the government named on August 15, 2006, he was appointed Minister of Tourism Development.[5][6] He was replaced in this post by Ahmat Barkai Animi in the government announced on April 23, 2008.[7]

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