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Miguel Abia Biteo
Miguel Abia Biteo Boricó
11 January 1961
Baney, Spanish Guinea
|Died||6 December 2012 (aged 51)|
Malabo, Equatorial Guinea
|Cause of death||Myocardial infarction|
|Political party||Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea|
Miguel Abia Biteo Boricó (11 January 1961 – 6 December 2012) was an Equatorial Guinean politician. He was the 5th Prime Minister of Equatorial Guinea having served from 11 July 2004 to 14 August 2006. He was a member of the Bubi ethnic group.
Abia Biteo lived and studied in the Soviet Union, where he became a mining engineer. After returning to Equatorial Guinea he began to work for the government and became one of the most powerful officials in his country's oil industry. He was Minister of Finance from 1999 until 2000, when he was forced to resign following a corruption scandal. He was once a close ally of the President, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.
Abia Biteo served as Minister of State in charge of Relations with Parliament and Legal Affairs of the Presidency prior to being appointed Prime Minister on 11 July 2004; his government was announced on 14 July.
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