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    * Marco Hausiku *

    مارکوهاوسیکو


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    (Wikipedia) - Marco Hausiku The Honourable Marco Hausiku Deputy Prime Minister of NamibiaPresident Prime Minister Minister of Foreign Affairs President Prime Minister Preceded by Succeeded by Minister of Labour President Prime Minister Minister of Prisons and Correctional Services President Prime Minister Minister of Works, Transport and Communication President Prime Minister Minister of Lands, Resettlement and Rehabilitation President Prime Minister Preceded by Personal details Born Political party
    Incumbent
    Assumed office 21 March 2010
    Hifikepunye Pohamba
    Nahas Angula Hage Geingob
    In office 27 May 2004 – 21 March 2010
    Sam Nujoma Hifikepunye Pohamba
    Theo-Ben Gurirab Nahas Angula
    Hidipo Hamutenya
    Utoni Nujoma
    In office 27 August 2002 – 27 May 2004
    Sam Nujoma
    Theo-Ben Gurirab
    In office 1995 – 27 August 2002
    Sam Nujoma
    Theo-Ben Gurirab
    In office 1992–1995
    Sam Nujoma
    Theo-Ben Gurirab
    In office 21 March 1990 – 1992
    Sam Nujoma
    Hage Geingob
    Position established
    (1953-11-25) 25 November 1953 (age 60) Kapako, Okavango Region
    SWAPO

    Marco Mukoso Hausiku (born 25 November 1953) is a Namibian politician who has been Deputy Prime Minister of Namibia since 2010. Previously he served as Minister of Foreign Affairs from 2004 to 2010.

    Life and career

    Hausiku was born in Kapako, Okavango Region. Immediately prior to independence, Hausiku was a SWAPO member of the Members of the Constituent Assembly which was in place from November 1989 to March 1990, and since 1990 he has been a member of the National Assembly of Namibia. He served as Minister of Lands, Resettlement and Rehabilitation from 1990 to 1992, as Minister of Works, Transport and Communication from 1992 to March 1995 and as Minister of Prisons and Correctional Services from March 1995 to August 2002. He was appointed Minister of Labour on 27 August 2002, and after nearly two years in that position he was appointed as Minister of Foreign Affairs by President Sam Nujoma on 27 May 2004. This appointment followed Nujoma''s dismissal of the previous foreign minister, Hidipo Hamutenya, in the midst of a struggle within SWAPO regarding the nomination of a presidential candidate.

    Hausiku received the 16th highest number of votes, 345, in the election to the Central Committee of SWAPO at the party''s August 2002 congress. He is SWAPO''s Secretary for External Relations as of January 2008.

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