Parti national (Afrique du Sud) - Liste des chefs du Parti national par province - Pour les neuf provinces de la république d'Afrique du Sud (1994-2005)

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Pour les neuf provinces de la république d'Afrique du Sud (1994 2005) Cap Occidental Cap Occidental NomNom du partiMandat1Dawie de Villiers (né en 1940)Parti national1994 19962Hernus Kriel (1941 2015)Parti national1996 19983Gerald Morkel (1941 2018)Nouveau Parti national1998 20014Peter Marais (né en 1948)Nouveau Parti national2001 20025Marthinus van Schalkwyk (né en 1959)Nouveau Parti national2002 2005 Dawie de Villiers Hernus Kriel Gerald Morkel Peter Marais Marthinus van Schalkwyk Cap Oriental Cap Oriental NomNom du partiMandat1Tertius Delport (né en 1939)Parti national1994 19962Manie SchoemanParti nationalNouveau Parti national1996 20003Wilhelm le RouxNouveau Parti national2000 20034Anne NashNouveau Parti national2003 2005

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