Gabon names new government after winning disputed election

Gabon names new government after winning disputed election
 

Gabon's prime minister on Sunday named a new government in the wake of disputed elections, but it contained no representatives of opposition leader Jean Ping, who says the vote was rigged.
According to a government statement, the only opposition leader named in Prime Minister Emmanuel Issozet Ngondet's cabinet of 40 people is Bruno Ben Moubamba, who came in a distant third in the Aug. 27 vote.
Moubamba was chosen as deputy prime minister and minister for urbanisation and social habitats.
President Ali Bongo was declared the election winner by fewer than 6,000 votes. France called for a... read more

 
3 October 2016 in World News, Views: 44
Source: Reuters
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