Mohamed Taki Abdoulkarim
محمد تقي عبد الكريم
|5th President of the Comoros|
25 March 1996 – 6 November 1998
|Preceded by||Said Mohamed Djohar|
|Succeeded by||Tadjidine Ben Said Massounde (Acting)|
Mbeni, Grande Comore
|Died||6 November 1998 (aged 62)|
He was born in Mbeni, Grande Comore and issued family privileges, he was the benefiaciary of Djumbé Fumu, descendant of Sultan Msa Fumu. He studied in Madagascar as a child then went to France to continue his education and obtain an engineering degree in public works. Returning to Grande Comore, Said Mohamed Cheikh made him responsible for the public works in Anjouan where he made the acquaintance of Ahmed Abdallah.
- 1970 : Minister of Development under the second government of Said Ibrahim Ben Ali
- 1971 : Minister of Education
- 1972 : Minister of Rural Development under the government of Saïd Mohamed Jaffar
- 1973 : Minister of Special Planning under Ahmed Abdallah
- 1975 : Minister of the Interior
He took refuge in Mbeni under the regime of Ali Soilih, resisting with civil disobedience and jailed. He was freed from captivity by mercenaries.
- 1978 : Secretary of the Directory Counsel presided by Ahmed Abdallah
- 1978-1984 : President of the Federal Assembly
He broke ties with Abdallah and took refuge in France.
Later political career
In 1990, Taki returned to the country and became a candidate for president after the death of Abdallah. However, Said Mohamed Djohar won the elections. He served as Prime Minister from 7 January 1992 to 15 July 1992 and was acting President from 2 October 1995 to 5 October 1995. He was elected President of the Comoros from 25 March 1996 until his death on 6 November 1998.
- "Unions Des Comores" (PDF). Retrieved 2019-05-18.
| Prime Minister of the Comoros
| Acting President of the Comoros
Caabi El-Yachroutu Mohamed
Said Mohamed Djohar
| President of the Comoros
Tadjidine Ben Said Massounde
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