LIBREVILLE, Gabon – Gabon's new prime minister has named the country's new government after a disputed election that saw President Ali Bongo Ondimba re-elected for a second term by a narrow margin.
Emmanuel Issoze Ngondet late Sunday announced the 40-member Cabinet that includes at least four members of the moderate opposition. They include the third-place candidate from the Aug. 27 election, Bruno Ben Moubamba.
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