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Gabon unveils 'inclusive' government after poll violence

Gabon's prime minister has unveiled a new cabinet that includes few opposition figures, despite promises by re-elected President Ali Bongo to be more inclusive after disputed elections in August. As part of the shake-up, the defence ministry will also be brought under the control of the office of the president. The 40-strong team promises to be "largely open to the nation's active movements" and is made up of around 30 percent women, Prime Minister Emmanuel Ngondet said at a press conference at the presidential palace after days of negotiations.
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