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List of Presidents of the National Assembly of the Central African Republic

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List of Presidents of the National Assembly of the Central African Republic

Presidents of the National Assembly of the Central African Republic

Presidents of the Representative Council

Name Entered office Left office Party
Georges Darlan 1947 1952 AESO

Presidents of the Territorial Assembly

Name Entered office Left office Party
Henri Mabille 1952 1957

Presidents of the Territorial Assembly/Constituent and Legislative Provisional Assembly

Name Entered office Left office Party
Héctor Riviérez June 13, 1957 April 1959

Presidents of the Legislative Assembly (later the National Assembly)

Name Entered office Left office Party
Pierre Faustin Maleombho April 30, 1959 May 9, 1960 MESAN
Michel Adama-Tamboux May 9, 1960 January 1, 1966 MESAN
Maurice Bethot August 1, 1987[1] May 29, 1989
Michel Docco May 29, 1989 November 1, 1992
Hugues Dobozendi November 3, 1993 December 31, 1998 MLPC
Luc-Appolinaire Dondon-Konambaye January 1, 1999 March 15, 2003 MLPC
Célestin Leroy Gaombalet June 14, 2005 March 25, 2013 Independent, KNK
Alexandre-Ferdinand Nguendet (as President of the National Transitional Council of the Central African Republic) March 25, 2013 Incumbent Rally for the Republic(central african republic)

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  1. ^ Confirmed by a presidential decree on October 27, 1987

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