Gilbert Marie N'gbo Aké

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Gilbert Marie N'gbo Aké (born October 8, 1955 in Abidjan ) is an economist, former president of the Université de Cocody in Abidjan and politician in the West African Ivory Coast . On December 5, 2010 he was appointed Prime Minister of the Aké N'Gbo government by Laurent Gbagbo , the internationally unrecognized President of the Ivory Coast .

However, the Gbagbo government is not recognized by the UN , the European Union or the other states of West Africa, since according to the electoral commission and international observers, the winner of the 2010 presidential election in Ivory Coast is not Gbagbo, but his political opponent Alassane Ouattara , who is not Aké but appointed Guillaume Soro Prime Minister and Head of the Soro III Government .

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  2. N'gbo Gilbert Marie AKE. on:
  3. ^ Gilbert Marie N'gbo Aké, nouveau PM de Côte d'Ivoire. ( Memento of December 9, 2010 in the Internet Archive ) on: , December 6, 2010.
  4. Laurent Gbagbo appoints head of government. ( Memento of December 9, 2010 in the Internet Archive ) December 6, 2010.