dimanche 15 janvier 2012

France / Zambia: Patrick Lozès and Guy Scott, The skin color and power!

 
France: Dare Lozes!
 
        
Born in Porto Novo in Dahomey (Benin) 13 January 1965, Patrick is the son of Gabriel Lozes Lozes, former Minister of Health, Foreign Affairs of Dahomey (1964-1965) and Secretary General of the Party.
        
In 2002, he graduated in Pharmacy at the Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Paris.
        
In 2005 he was elected president of the Representative Council of Black Associations in France (CRAN), which he founded. In 1979 the family moved to Creil in the Oise and in Villepinte in France. In 1984, he joined the UDF of François Bayrou.
        
In 2002, he is a candidate of that party in the first electoral district of Paris IV. In 2003, he founded the Action Circle of diversity (CAPDIV) to fight against discrimination affecting particular blacks, homosexuals and Jews.
        
In 2005, he founded the Representative Council of Black Associations in France (CRAN), of which he was elected president in 2008. In November 2011, he gave the presidency of the CRAN Louis-Georges Tin.
        
In October 2007, Minister of Ecology Jean-Louis Borloo assigned a mission to the ecological development of Martinique, on the pollution of the department overseas. In November of that year, he resigned because of pressure ineligible  and he only interested by investigation on chlordecone, a pesticide, used in banana plantations.
        
In 2008, he became acting director of the Chamber of Commerce of the African diaspora in France. The same year he founded the L & Associates, a communications consulting firm.

"French like other French white"

        
In January 2009 he was appointed member of the scientific and evaluation of the Foundation for Innovation Policy, established in 2004 with the support of the Union of the Presidential Majority (UMP).
        
In November of that year, he led a mission against racism and communitarianism.
        
On May 4, 2011, he left the presidency of the CRAN and decides to run for president in 2012 elections.
         But will he pass the first stage of the election that is to say, obtaining 500 signatures of elected officials endorsing his candidacy.
        
His slogans are powerful "Do not vote white" or "Dare Lozes" as the titles of his books:
-Nous, les Noirs de France  (Us, Blacks of France), Editions Danger, Paris, 2007.
--Les Noirs sont-ils des Français à part entière? (Blacks are they full French?), Larousse Editions, Paris, 2009.
--Candidat, et pourquoi pas? (Candidate, and why not?), Editions du Moment, Paris, 2011.

Zambia: Guy Scott, a vice president of Scottish origin.

        
Son of a British-born Rhodesian politician, Guy Scott was born June 1, 1944 in Livingstone. He attended high school in Zimbabwe and in Britain. He obtained an MA in economics and a doctorate (PhD) in Cognitive Science at the universities of Cambridge and Sussex.
        
In 1965 after graduating, he became a civil servant in the Ministry of Finance in Zambia and publishes the magazine "Business & Economic of East and Central Africa."
        
In 1970, he became a part in agro-industry and created the company “Walkover Estates." In 1978, he founded the “Mpongwe Development Comapny "associated with "Commonwealth Development Corporation."  He then became a professor at Oxford University in Britain.
        
In 1990, he was active in the Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MDM). He was elected president of the Committee for Agriculture at the first congress of MDM. In 1991 he was elected MP for Mpika and appointed Minister of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries.
In 1996, he left the MMD to create the party with Lima Ben Kapita. In 2001, he joined the Patriotic Front.
         In 2006 he was elected MP for Lusaka Central. On September 23, 2011, it contributes significantly to the election of President Michael Sata, candidate of the Patriotic Front, who appointed him vice president September 29, 2011.
        
He became the first white to enter Zambia as high in a former British colony in Africa.

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