Vice President of the Republic of the Congo

Vice President of the Republic of the Congo (French: Vice-Président du Congo) was a political position in Congo Brazzaville from 1960 to 1979.[1]

Vice Presidents were appointed by the president. [2]

Republic of the CongoEdit

Position Name Took office Left office President Notes
First Vice President Stéphane Tchichelle 1960 1963 Fulbert Youlou [3]
Second Vice President Jacques Opangault June 1961 April 1962 Fulbert Youlou
Vice President of the Council of National Revolution Ange Diawara Sept 1968 Jan 1969 Alfred Raoul
First Vice President Ange Diawara Jan 1969 March 1969 Marien Ngouabi [4]
Second Vice President Aimé Portella Jan 1969 May 1969 Marien Ngouabi [5]

People's Republic of the CongoEdit

Position Name Took office Left office President Notes
Vice President Alfred Raoul Jan 1970 Dec 1971 Marien Ngouabi [6]
Vice President Aloïse Moudileno Massengo Dec 1971 August 1972 Marien Ngouabi [7]
Vice President Ange-Édouard Poungui August 1972 July 1973 Marien Ngouabi [8]
First Vice President Denis Sassou-Nguesso March 1977 Feb 1979 Joachim Yhombi-Opango
Second Vice President Louis-Sylvain Goma March 1977 Feb 1979 Joachim Yhombi-Opango

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Lentz, Harris M. (2014-02-04). Heads of States and Governments Since 1945. ISBN 9781134264902.
  2. ^ Clark, John F.; Decalo, Samuel (2012-08-09). Historical Dictionary of Republic of the Congo. ISBN 9780810879898.
  3. ^ Clark, John Frank; Decalo, Samuel (2012). Historical Dictionary of Republic of the Congo. ISBN 9780810849198.
  4. ^ Bazenguissa-Ganga, Rémy (January 1997). Les voies du politique au Congo: Essai de sociologie historique. ISBN 9782865377398.
  5. ^ Bazenguissa-Ganga, Rémy (January 1997). Les voies du politique au Congo: Essai de sociologie historique. ISBN 9782865377398.
  6. ^ https://hdl.handle.net/2027/osu.32435024020109
  7. ^ https://hdl.handle.net/2027/osu.32435024020083
  8. ^ https://hdl.handle.net/2027/osu.32435024020091