Élie Doté

Infobox Prime Minister
name = Élie Doté



imagesize =
order = Prime Minister of the Central African Republic
president = François Bozizé
deputy =
term_start = 13 June 2005
term_end = 22 January 2008
predecessor = Célestin Gaombalet
successor = Faustin-Archange Touadéra
birth_date = 1947
birth_place = Bangui, Central African Republic
party = Independent
religion =

Élie Doté (born 1947?) was Prime Minister of the Central African Republic from June 2005 to January 2008.

Born in Bangui, Doté has a doctorate degree in rural economy and worked at the Agriculture and Animal Husbandry Ministry from 1974 to 1980 before becoming an expert at the African Development Bank (ADB).

At the ADB, he held various portfolios within the agro-economic field. His last post was that of chief of agriculture and rural development since 1 August 2001.

His appointment as Prime Minister by President François Bozizé on 13 June 2005, following a presidential and parliamentary election, was considered surprising; Doté, who had previously been working outside the country in Tunis for the ADB, was at the time largely unknown in CAR. [ [http://www.french.xinhuanet.com/french/2005-06/14/content_127134.htm "Centrafrique: Elie Doté nommé Premier ministre"] , Xinhua, June 14, 2005 fr icon.] In a cabinet reshuffle in early September 2006, Doté became finance minister in addition to his post as prime minister. [ [http://www.fodem.org/la_depeche/200609/060903%20DOTE3.htm "Nouveau gouvernement"] , fodem.org, September 3, 2006 fr icon.]

On January 17 2008, after a civil service strike began early in the month, demanding that the government pay wage arrears, a majority of deputies in the National Assembly filed a censure motion against Doté's government, and the motion was to be considered on January 19. On January 18 2008, it was announced that Doté and his government had resigned and Bozizé had accepted the resignation. [ [http://www.jeuneafrique.com/fluxafp/fil_info.asp?art_cle=42119 "Centrafrique: démission du gouvernement d'Elie Doté"] , AFP (Jeuneafrique.com), January 18, 2008 fr icon.] His successor, university rector Faustin-Archange Touadéra, was appointed by Bozizé on 22 January 2008. [ [http://www.jeuneafrique.com/fluxafp/fil_info.asp?reg_id=0&art_cle=42184 "Centrafrique: le recteur de l'université de Bangui nommé Premier ministre"] , AFP (Jeuneafrique.com), January 22, 2008 fr icon.]

Doté is married and the father of six children.

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