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Adoum Younousmi
Adoum Younousmi

Chad

Adoum Younousmi (born 1962) is a Chadian politician who is currently Minister of State for Infrastructure.


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Created: 3rd Jul 2008
Modified: 3rd Jul 2008
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Professional Information
Position:
Premier Ministre
Working primarily in:
Chad

Description of Work:
Younousmi became Minister of Public Works and Transport in June 2003 before being appointed Minister of State for Infrastructure in the government named on August 7, 2005. When Prime Minister Pascal Yoadimnadji was flown to France for medical treatment on February 21, 2007, Younousmi became head of the cabinet in his absence; Yoadimnadji died on February 23, leaving Younousmi as interim head of the cabinet until Delwa Kassiré Koumakoye became the new prime minister on 26 February 2007. Younousmi remained Minister of State for Infrastructure in Koumakoye's government, named on 4 March.

Acting on the government's behalf, Younousmi signed a peace agreement with rebels in late 2007, including both the preliminary agreement on October 4 and the final agreement on October 25.
Biographical Information
Adoum Younousmi
(At a Glance)
Gender: male
Interests: Politic, sport, Art
Place of Origin: Chad
Younousmi was born in Fada, Chad, and is an engineer by training; he graduated from the National School of Engineering in Bamako, Mali. (source wikipedia)