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Ambassadeur du Niger aux Etats-Unis d’Amérique

 

Fichier électoral

 


L’ambassade du Niger à Washington D.C.  a l’honneur d’informer la communauté nigérienne résidant aux Etats Unis d’Amérique et au Canada de l’arrivée à Washington D.C. le 15 Juin 2015 d’une équipe du Comité National chargé du Fichier Electoral Biométrique (CFEB), composée du Colonel Ali Mahamadou Issa et Mr. Ibrahima Soumaila.

L’objectif de cette mission est de mettre en place la Coordination diplomatique chargée du recensement électoral des nigériens résidant aux Etats-Unis d’Amérique et au Canada.

L’ambassade lance un appel à l’ensemble des nigériens à se mobiliser en vue de prendre part au recensement électoral à des dates qui seront communiquées ultérieurement.

16 Juin 2015.

 

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H.E. Professor Hassana ALIDOU

H.E. Professor Hassana ALIDOU

Chers compatriotes et amis du Niger: Bienvenus sur le site officiel de l’Ambassade du Niger aux Etats-Unis d’Amérique. Ce site est développé pour vous. Il est notre espace commun d’information et communication sur notre cher pays le Niger et les relations d’amitié et solidarité qu’il entretient avec... Read more

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Embassy of Niger to USA

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