|Prime Minister of Togo|
23 July 2012 – 10 June 2015
|Preceded by||Gilbert Houngbo|
|Succeeded by||Komi Sélom Klassou|
|Born||1 December 1958|
|Political party||Pan-African Patriotic Convergence (Before 2013)
Union for the Republic (2013–present)
Ahoomey-Zunu served as Minister of Territorial Administration and Secretary-General of the Presidency before being appointed as Minister of Trade and the Promotion of the Private Sector in March 2011. He remained in the latter post for over a year; he was then appointed as Prime Minister on 19 July 2012 following the resignation of Prime Minister Gilbert Houngbo. He took office on 23 July 2012.
Following the July 2013 parliamentary election, in which the ruling Union for the Republic (UNIR) won a large majority of seats, Ahoomey-Zunu was reappointed as Prime Minister. A new government headed by Ahoomey-Zunu was appointed on 17 September 2013. The size of the government was reduced from 31 members to 26.
Following President Faure Gnassingbé's re-election in the April 2015 presidential election, he appointed Komi Sélom Klassou to succeed Ahoomey-Zunu as Prime Minister on 5 June 2015. Klassou took office on 10 June 2015.
- "Zunu à la Primature", République Togolaise website, 19 July 2012 (in French).
- "Pas d’autre solution que le dialogue et la concertation", République Togolaise website, 23 July 2012 (in French).
- "Un nouveau gouvernement au Togo", République Togolaise website, 17 September 2013 (in French).
- "Togo: un nouveau gouvernement boycotté par l'opposition", AFP, 18 September 2013 (in French).
- "Klassou quitte l’Assemblée pour la Primature", République Togolaise website, 5 June 2015 (in French).
- "Le Premier ministre a pris ses fonctions", République Togolaise website, 10 June 2015 (in French).
|Prime Minister of Togo
Komi Sélom Klassou
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