Emmanuel Touaboy

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Emmanuel Touaboy is a diplomat from the Central African Republic. Touaboy was appointed to the position of Ambassador to the United States in February 2001 by President Ange-Félix Patassé. When Patassé was overthrown by rebel leader François Bozizé, Touaboy maintained his post in the United States.[1] He was succeeded by Stanislas Moussa-Kembe in 2009.[2]