Saifoulaye Diallo

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Saifoulaye Diallo (1 July 1923 – 25 September 1981) was a Guinean politician, lawmaker and cabinet member. Diallo served in the National Assembly of France from 1956 to 1958. He was the political secretary of the ruling Democratic Party of Guinea and the de facto number-two statesman during the first five years of the Republic of Guinea. He served as President of the Territorial Assembly (March 1957–1958) and President of the National Assembly (1958–1963). In January 1963, he entered the government as Minister of State and held various cabinet portfolios (foreign affairs, finance, social services) under President Ahmed Sékou Touré until his death in 1981.

Books and speeches[edit]

  • Saifoulaye Diallo. Rapport social : présenté le 27 septembre 1967 au 8e Congrès du P.D.G. Parti démocratique de Guinée. Conakry, Impr. Patrice Lumumba, 1967.
  • Hommage à Elhadj Saifoulaye Diallo. Parti-Etat de Guinée. Conakry : Patrice Lumumba, 1981.
  • Saifoulaye Diallo. Exposé sur le domaine financier. Parti démocratique de Guinée. Bureau politique national.; Ecole nationale des cadres du parti. Conakry, s.n., 1968
  • Réformes de la constitution : différents discours. Saifoulaye Diallo; Charles de Gaulle; Ahmed Sékou Touré. Conakry. Bureau de presse de la Présidence de la République populaire révolutionnaire de Guinée, 1981.
  • Discours. Jean Mauberna, Saifoulaye Diallo, Sékou Touré. Conakry, Impr. du gouvernement. Guinée française. Conakry, 1958
  • Sidiki Kobélé Keita. Un homme de conviction et de foi : Saïfoulaye Diallo (1923-1981). Conakry : SKK, 2003.

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Preceded by
Louis Lansana Beavogui
Foreign Minister of Guinea
Succeeded by
Fily Cissoko