Gahoun Georges Hégbor

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1940 –

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Who is Gahoun Georges Hégbor?

Gahoun Kossi Georges Hégbor is a Togolese politician of the Action Committee for Renewal political party.

Hégbor was born in Baguida. He worked as a journalist for Togo-Presse from 1963 to 1972 and was a diplomat at the Togolese embassy in Paris from 1972 to 1976. He earned a law degree at Pantheon-Assas University in 1975 and was admitted to the bar in 1978.

He was a founding member of the Action Committee for Renewal and is the party's First Vice-President as of 2006. On June 23, 1993, he filed the candidacy of CAR President Yawovi Agboyibo for the 1993 presidential election. He was elected to the National Assembly in the second round of the February 1994 parliamentary election as the CAR candidate in the Second Constituency of Golfe Prefecture.

At the 2006 Inter-Togolese Dialogue, Hégbor signed the Global Political Accord on the electoral process on behalf of the CAR on August 20, 2006. He was appointed as Minister of Communication and Civic Education in the national unity government of Prime Minister Yawovi Agboyibo on September 20, 2006.

In the October 2007 parliamentary election, Hégbor was the first candidate on the CAR's candidate list for Lomé, but did not win a seat in the election.

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Aug 18, 1940

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on July 23, 2013

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