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Exclusive: New Uzbek leader to share power due to clan rivalries

ALMATY (Reuters) - The man poised to become Uzbekistan's next president will have to share power with two other senior officials because rival clans have been unable to agree on an outright leader, sources familiar with the behind-the-scenes maneuvering told Reuters.
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