Who was the President of Comoros in 2008?
Ahmed Abdallah Mohamed Sambi was the President of Comoros in 2008. He took the position on 2006 May 26, serving until 2011 May 26.
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The capital city of the "Union of the Comoros" is Moroni . (The country is Comoros , while the archipelago, which includes the French island of Mayotte, is the Comoro Islands .). The capital and largest city is Moroni
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what are the religion of comoros? 99% of Comorians practice Islam , they are sunni Muslims, less than 1% Christians Practicing other religions here is tough and almost impossible.
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Ahmed Abdallah Mohamed Sambi was the President of the Comoros in 2010. He took the position on 2006 May 26, serving until 2011 May 26. Ikililou Dhoinine, winner of the 2010 presidential election and vice-president to Sambi, succeeded him. The presidency rotates between the three constituent isla…nds of the Comoros every 4 years; thus a president may only serve one consecutive term. (MORE)
Ahmed Abdallah Mohamed Sambi was the President of Comoros in 2009. He took the position on 2006 May 26, serving until 2011 May 26.
Ahmed Abdallah Mohamed Sambi was the President of Comoros in 2007. He took the position on 2006 May 26, serving until 2011 May 26.
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Ahmed Abdallah Mohamed Sambi was the President of Comoros at the beginning of 2011. Ikililou Dhoinine became the President of Comoros on 2011 May 25. Sambi became the President of Comoros on 2006 May 26, serving a 5-year term. Dhonine was the Vice President of Sambi. The presidency rotates bet…ween the three constituent islands of the Comoros every 4 years; thus a president may only serve one consecutive term. (MORE)
Ikililou Dhoinine was the President of Comoros in 2012. He became president on 2011 May 25. Before this, Dhoinine was Vice President of Comoros to President Ahmed Abdallah Mohamed Sambi, from 2006 May 26. The presidency rotates between the three constituent islands of the Comoros every 4 years; …thus a president may only serve one consecutive term. (MORE)
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Ikililou Dhoinine is the President of Comoros in 2013. He became president on 2011 May 25. Before this, Dhoinine was Vice President of Comoros to President Ahmed Abdallah Mohamed Sambi, from 2006 May 26. The presidency rotates between the three constituent islands of the Comoros every 4 years; t…hus a president may only serve one consecutive term. (MORE)
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