Joseph Badiabio

Joseph Badiabio is a Congolese politician. A member of the Congolese Movement for Democracy and Integral Development (MCDDI), he has been a Deputy in the National Assembly of Congo-Brazzaville since 2007. He served for a time as President of the MCDDI Parliamentary Group, and since 2012 he has been Second Quaestor of the National Assembly.

Political career

In the June 2007 parliamentary election, Badiabio was elected to the National Assembly as the MCDDI candidate in the second constituency of Makélékélé, a district of Brazzaville. He won the seat with 55% of the vote.[1] In the National Assembly, he served as Secretary of the Economic and Financial Affairs Commission.[2] Following the death of MCDDI President Bernard Kolelas in November 2009, Badiabio was elected to replace him as President of the MCDDI Parliamentary Group during the seventh ordinary session of the National Assembly,[2][3] and Serge Victor Ignoumba was elected to replace Badiabio as Secretary of the Economic and Financial Affairs Commission.[2]

In the July–August 2012 parliamentary election, Badiabio was re-elected to the National Assembly as the MCDDI candidate in the second constituency of Makélékélé; he won the seat in the first round of voting.[4] On 5 September 2012, when the deputies met to choose the members of the National Assembly's bureau for the new parliamentary term, Badiabio was elected as Second Quaestor of the National Assembly; he received 132 votes from the 138 deputies who voted.[5]

Standing as an MCDDI candidate, Badiabio was elected as a local councillor in Makélékélé in the September 2014 local elections.[6]

In the July 2017 parliamentary election, he was re-elected to the National Assembly as an independent candidate in the second constituency of Makélékélé, winning the seat in the first round with 71% of the vote.[7] Although he formally stood as an independent, he was identified with a new party, the Union of Humanist Democrats (UDH-Yuki), that split away from the MCDDI.[8]

References

  1. ^ "Les résultats des élections législatives, avant l'examen des contentieux électoraux", La Semaine Africaine, number 2,720, 21 August 2007, page 7 (in French).
  2. ^ a b c Équateur Denis Nguimbi, "Micheline Potignon Ngondo a fait écho du travail des élus du peuple à ses mandants", La Semaine Africaine, number 2,961, 15 January 2010 (in French).
  3. ^ Thierry Noungou, "Joseph Badiabio informe ses électeurs de l'intérêt des projets communautaires retenus au budget de l'État", Les Dépêches de Brazzaville, 6 February 2010 (in French).
  4. ^ "Liste des élus au premier tour" Archived 2013-12-03 at the Wayback Machine, Les Dépêches de Brazzaville, number 1,539, 23 July 2012, page 8 (in French).
  5. ^ "Assemblée nationale: Justin Koumba veut des réformes en matière de gouvernance", Les Dépêches de Brazzaville, number 1,570, 6 September 2012, page 1 (in French).
  6. ^ "Résultats des élections locales du 28 septembre 2014", ADIAC, 6 October 2014 (in French).
  7. ^ "Les résultats tels que publiés par le ministre de l’intérieur et de la décentralisation", La Semaine Africaine, number 3,711, 25 July 2017, page 7 (in French).
  8. ^ Jean Chrysostome Ndziona, "Les candidats indépendants mettent en difficulté les partis traditionnels", Vox Congo, 22 July 2017 (in French).

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