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Jean Christophe Bouissou

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Name  Jean-Christophe Bouissou

Role  Politician
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Jean christophe bouissou ministre de la relance conomique et porte parole du gouvernement

Jean-Christophe Matahuira Bouissou (born 28 October 1960) is a French Polynesian politician and leader of the Rautahi political party.


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Education and early career

He received his degree in information and mathematics from Graceland University in 1984. His political career began shortly afterward and in 1998 he became Minister of Housing. He went on to become a Labour minister in 2000.

Crises and aftermaths

From October 26, 2004 to February 16, 2005 he was spokesman of the Flosse government, right after the fall of Oscar Temaru’s government due to a motion of censure on October 9, 2004. At that time he also served as Interior Minister and the period has been referred to as one of turmoil. Although he had been in Flosse's government, by 2010 the two expressed criticisms of each other and had become political rivals.


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