- Alamara Nhassé
Alamara Ntchia Nhassé (born 1957) is a Guinea-Bissau politician, who was Prime Minister from 9 December 2001 to 17 November 2002. Nhassé is currently the President of the National Reconciliation Party; he previously led the Social Renewal Party (PRS).
Nhassé is an agricultural expert, who was trained in Cuba and in the Soviet Union. After PRS candidate Kumba Yala was elected President, Nhassé was appointed as Minister of Agriculture, Water, Forestry and Hunting in the government formed on February 19, 2000. Later, in the government formed on January 25, 2001, he became Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries. Under Prime Minister Faustino Imbali, he became Minister for the Interior after Artur Sanhá was dismissed on August 29, 2001. After Imbali was also dismissed, Nhassé replaced him as Prime Minister on December 9, 2001. On January 15, 2002, the party convention of the PRS elected him as president of the party. A government crisis then ended his time in office and forced his government to be dissolved. Nhassé resigned as President of the PRS on November 15, 2002, and two days later, Mário Pires was appointed to succeed Nhassé as Prime Minister.
In the 2005 presidential election Nhassé supported the candidate João Bernardo Vieira. After Vieira's election, Nhassé called for Carlos Gomes Júnior to resign as Prime Minister; Gomes Junior then lost his parliamentary basis after 14 of 45 parliamentary delegates from Gomes' PAIGC left the party.
- ^ "Le gouvernement de la GUINEE BISSAU formé le 19 February 2000", Afrique Express (French).
- ^ "Le gouvernement de GUINEE BISSAU formé le 25 January 2001", Afrique Express (French).
- ^ "ANTIGO PRIMEIRO MINISTRO RECONHECE A DERROTA DO SEU PARTIDO", Agência Bissau, 19 November 2008 (Portuguese).
- This article incorporates information from the German Wikipedia.
Prime Minister of Guinea-Bissau
2001 - 2002
Prime Ministers of Guinea-Bissau
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