Tong Sang

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Michel-Gaspard Coppenrath - Death
... who served as the French Polynesian solidarity minister under President Gaston Tong Sang ... French Polynesian President Gaston Tong Sang gave the eulogy at Coppenrath's funeral ... Tong Sang said of Coppenrath, "Michel Coppenrath, in the great evangelic tradition of your predecessors, you gave your life to the service of faith, the Catholic Church and its faithful, with full ...
French Polynesian Presidential Election, February 2009 - Election Background
... Six of the members of President Gaston Tong Sang's governing coalition had quit in the months proceeding the 2009 presidential election, leaving his government ... In January 2009, Tong Sang had opened negotiations with Oscar Temaru to try to create a union government and set the stage for new elections ... President Tong Sang announced on 7 February 2009, that he would step down ahead of a proposed censure motion against his government by a coalition of pro-separatist parties led by Temaru ...
Oscar Temaru - Career
... Gaston Tong Sang won the presidential election on December 26 ... He replaced Tong Sang, who lost a no-confidence vote on August 31 ... on 25 November 2009, and was again replaced by Tong Sang ...
Edouard Fritch - 2008 Legislative Election
... The pro-French political of former President Gaston Tong Sang, O Porinetia To Tatou Ai'a, secured 27 of the 57 seats in the new French Polynesian Assembly ... Negotiations between Fritch and Tong Sang reportedly broke down earlier in the week of February 17 ... Tong Sang said that he was prepared to offer Fritch's Tahoeraa Huiraatira party the Speaker of the Assembly, as well as 4 of the 15 ministerial posts, should he form a new government ...

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