Raphaël Etifier

Raphaël Etifier (24 October 1889, in Le Prêcheur – 10 July 1966, in Paris) was a communist politician from Martinique who was elected in 1947 to represent the République du Moyen-Congo in the French senate from 1947 to 1948. After study at the lycée Victor Schœlcher in Fort-de-France, he was admitted to the École nationale des Arts et métiers of Aix-en-Provence, after which he worked as an engineer in public works in colonial Africa.[1][2]

References

  1. ^ Dictionnaire des parlementaires français. Assemblée nationale. Service des archives - 2001
  2. ^ Frédéric Grah Mel - Félix Houphouët-Boigny 2003 "... Henri Guissou de la Haute-Volta, Mohamadou Djibrilla Maïga du Niger, Mathurin Anghiley du Gabon, Raphaël Etifier du Moyen-Congo et Ali Djamah de la Côte française des Somalis. L'Assemblée de l'Union française compte pour sa part ..
  • Raphaël Etifier page on the French senate website
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