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Jean-Félix Tchicaya was a Congolese politician in the French colony of Middle Congo. He was born in Libreville
Libreville
on November 9, 1903 and was a member of the royal family of the Kingdom of Loango. In 1945, he was elected as the first deputy for Middle-Congo and the Gabon
Gabon
in the French National Assembly, a seat he retained until the end of the French Fourth Republic. He helped found the Congolese Progressive Party (PPC), a Congolese branch of the African Democratic Rally, in 1946. He died in Point Noire
Point Noire
on January 15, 1961 seeing his rival Fulbert Youlou gain power over a newly independent Republic of Congo. External links[edit]

Jean-Félix Tchicaya, Biography at the French National Assembly
French National Assembly
(in French) 2nd page on the French National Assembly
French National Assembly
website

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