Prime Minister Mohamed Dileita Dileita of Djibouti

Dileita was elected as the Vice-President of the RPP on July 3, 2003, succeeding Hamadou in that post.
As of 2008, Dileita is the President of the UMP coalition, and he headed the UMP list for the District of Djibouti in the February 2008 parliamentary election.
Dileita was born in TadjouraTadjoura Tadjoura is the oldest town in Djibouti, and is the capital of the Tadjourah Region.
On May 21 2005, Dileita was reappointed as Prime Minister after Guelleh's re-election in the April 2005 presidential election; a new government under Dileita was named on May 22.
Dileita was first appointed Djibouti's prime minister in 2001 after serving as the country's ambassador to Ethiopia between 1997 and 2001.
Dileita Mohamed Dileita has been named prime minister for the Republic of Djibouti," read the decree signed by Guelleh who was elected to a second six-year term as president last month in a one-man election.
On behalf of his country, Dileita expressed appreciation for the OAU aid, saying it would help reduce the suffering his people have endured since drought hit the country.
Prime Minister Dileita Mohamed Dileita is the head of government for Djibouti.