Jacques Hodoul

Jacques Hodoul (born 1 September 1943[1][2]) is a Seychellois judge and former politician. After serving as Minister of Education and Culture,[3] he was Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1979 to 1982.[2][4] He was the leader of the Seychelles Movement for Democracy, which he founded in 1991.[5]. Hodoul was appointed to the post of Justice of Appeal in March 2005, the highest court in Seychelles.[6]. Hodoul resigned from his position of Justice Hodoul in 2011 after finishing his minimum five-year term [7] [8]

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  1. ^ http://rulers.org/indexh3.html
  2. ^ a b Truhart, Peter. International Directory of Foreign Ministers: Supplement 1945-1995, p.153 (1995) (ISBN 978-3598112768)
  3. ^ The Economist , Volume 263, Issues 6976-6982, p.70 (1977)
  4. ^ The Indian Ocean as a zone of peace, p.89 (1986)
  5. ^ Political Handbook of the World 1998, p.810 (CQ Press 1998)
  6. ^ http://www.nation.sc/index.php?art=6099
  7. ^ SEYL11. 2018. https://seylii.org/content/dr-satyabhooshun-gupt-domah-reappointed-justice-appeal-0
  8. ^ Nation. 20/8/11. http://www.seychellesweekly.com/August%2022,%202011/headline_hodoul.html