Komara government

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The Komara government was the government of Guinea which took power after the December 2008 Guinean coup d'état under the direction of the National Council for Democracy and Development junta. This government ended on 26 January 2010 when Jean-Marie Doré formed a transitional government to oversee the country's first democratic elections, which were completed in November 2010.

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The coup was carried out in December 2008 by the National Council for Democracy and Development following the death of the long serving president, Lansana Conté. The Council was headed by army Captain Moussa Dadis Camara. On 30 December 2008, Camara appointed the technocrat Kabiné Komara as Prime Minister.

On 14 January, a cabinet of 28 ministers was announced:[1]

Minister Name Role in CNDD
Security & Civil Protection Gen Mamadouba Toto Camara 1st Vice-President
Defense Gen Sekouba Konaté
Construction, Development and Public Works Boubacar Barry
Secretary-General of the Presidency Keletigui Faro
Private sector planning & promotion Mamadouba Max Bangoura
Mines & Energy Mahmoud Thiam
Foreign Affairs Alexandre Cécé Loua
Administration & Political affairs Dr Frédéric Kolié
Economy & Finance Capt. Mamadou Sandé
Education Hadja Aicha Bah
Universities & Scientific Research Dr Alpha Kabiné Camara
Agriculture Abdouramane Sanoh (resigned 2009-10-12)[2]
Justice Col. Siba Nolamou
Commerce & Industry Commd. Korka Diallo
Environment Papa Koly Kourouma
Telecommunications & IT Col. Mathurin Bangoura
Fisheries Raymond Ounouted
African Integration Abdoul Aziz Bah
Employment & Administrative Reform Dr Alpha Diallo (resigned 2009-10-15)[3]
Health Col. Abdoulaye Cherif Diaby
Transport Mamadi Kaba
Tourism
Audit, Transparency & Good Governance Joseph Kandouno
Women & Children Hadja Makoura Sylla
Information & Culture Justin Morel Junior (resigned 2009-10-15)[4]
Youth, Sport and Youth Employment Col. Fodeba Touré
Decentralisation and local development Naby Diakité
Secretary-General in charge of special
services against Drugs and Organised Crime
Capt. Moussa Diokoro Camara
Secretary of State in charge
of public works
Mamadi Kallo

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