Richard Didier

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Richard Didier (born 1952) is a French civil servant and administrator. Didier served as the Administrator Superior of Wallis and Futuna for two years August 14, 2006 and August 2008.

Didier was marked with tensions and succession struggles between several of Wallis and Futuna's royal families and clans following the death of Tomasi Kulimoetoke II in 2007.[1]

Didier left Wallis and Futuna for metropolitan France in 2008. Didier was appointed the Prefect of the Haute-Loire (Upper Loire) department by the French Cabinet at a meeting on July 28, 2008.[1] He was succeeded as Administrator Superior of Wallis and Futuna by Philippe Paolantoni.[1]


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