Constitutional Council of Cote d’Ivoire: Mamadou Koné officially president after being interim
Mamadou Koné has been officially confirmed as President of the Constitutional Council since July 25, 2017, after acting as Francis Wodié. He will head the institution for six non-renewable years.
Also, they are appointed Members of the Constitutional Council, for a period of six (06) years ”
Ms. Jacqueline Lohoues-Oble, Full Professor of Law,
Mr Ali Touré, magistrate Outside Hierarchy
Mr Vincent Koua DiehiI, magistrate Outside Hierarchy. ”
Mamadou Koné born on September 18, 1952 in Boundiali in the Savannah region is an Magistrate Outside Hierarchy Group A single step, formerly President of the Supreme Court.
Under the New Forces, he held the post of Minister of Justice and Human Rights 2 in the Banny 2, Soro I and II governments from 2006 to 2010.
On February 3, 2015, he was appointed Acting President of the Ivorian Constitutional Council to replace Francis Wodié3