Doudou Thiam

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Doudou Thiam (1926–1999) was a Senegalese diplomat, politician and lawyer. Thiam was the first ever foreign minister of independent Senegal (1960-1962) and the third (1962-1968).[1] From 1970 until his death in 1999, Thiam was a member of the International Law Commission.

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Preceded by
Post created
Foreign Minister of Senegal
1960-1962
Succeeded by
André Guillabert
Preceded by
André Guillabert
Foreign Minister of Senegal
1962-1968
Succeeded by
Alioune Badara M'Bengue