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Mahamadou Issoufou Issoufou placed fourth (receiving only 7.60% of the vote) in the flawed and controversial 7–8 July 1996 presidential election that gave Maïnassara an outright victory. Along with the three other opposition candidates, Issoufou was placed under house arrest on the second day of polling and held for two weeks. Afterward, he refused to meet with Maïnassara, unsuccessfully appealed to the Supreme Court for the election to be annulled, and the PNDS called for demonstrations. On July 26, he was again placed under house arrest, along with another leading PNDS member, Mohamed Bazoum; they were freed on the order of a judge on 12 August. Following a pro-democracy demonstration on 11 January 1997, Issoufou was arrested along with Ousmane and Tandja and held until 23 January.
Mahamadou Issoufou Issoufou won the January–March 2011 presidential election in a second round of voting against MNSD candidate Seyni Oumarou and was inaugurated as President on 7 April 2011, succeeding Salou Djibo, the Chairman of the Supreme Council for the Restoration of Democracy. He named Brigi Rafini as Prime Minister.
Mahamadou Issoufou In July 2011, a planned assassination of Issoufou was allegedly uncovered. A major, lieutenant, and three other soldiers in Niger's military were arrested.
Issoufou Habou Issoufou Habou (born 1945) is a former Nigerien light-middleweight boxer. Habou competed at the 1972 Summer Olympics for Niger. He lost his only match to Mohamed Majeri of Tunisia.
Issoufou Assoumane Although the UDSN-Talaka was part of the presidential majority coalition supporting President Tandja, Assoumane expressed opposition to Tandja's efforts to call a referendum on a new constitution that would allow him to run for re-election in 2009. Later, after the success of the referendum, he was present for an opposition rally in Niamey on 13 December 2009. On that occasion, he said that it was the will of the people that Tandja leave office on 22 December, the date his term was originally scheduled to end.