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|Prime Minister of the Central African Republic|
12 April 1995 – 6 June 1996
|Preceded by||Jean-Luc Mandaba|
|Succeeded by||Jean-Paul Ngoupandé|
|Born||1947 (age 70–71)|
Gabriel Jean-Edouard Koyambounou (born 1947) is a Central African politician who was Prime Minister of the Central African Republic from 12 April 1995 to 6 June 1996. He is currently the First Vice-President of the Movement for the Liberation of the Central African People (MLPC).
Koyambounou was acquitted of misuse of public funds on 6 December 2004. After MLPC First Vice-President Luc Dondon Apollinaire Konamabaye was suspended from his duties, Koyambounou, who was Second Vice-President, took over as First Vice-President in an interim capacity in January 2006.
- "L'ex-Premier ministre centrafricain Koyambounou acquitté" Archived 18 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine., Xinhua, 7 December 2004 (in French).
- "MLPC: KOYAMBOUNOU ASSURE LA 1ère VICE-PRESIDENCE" Archived 16 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine., MLPC document, No.4/MLPC/2006 (in French).
| Prime Minister of the Central African Republic
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