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Political infighting delays new Congo government

Wrangling over who should occupy key posts is delaying the formation of Congo’s new government after the country’s first democratic elections in more than four decades, politicians and analysts said on Monday. President Joseph Kabila, who won historic elections meant to reunite Democratic Republic of Congo after years of mismanagement and war, promised in his Dec. 6 inauguration speech to name within days a new prime minister who would then form a government. Full Story

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