Gabon's Bongo calls for 'political dialogue' with opposition

2016-09-24 09:04
Ali Bongo. (File: AFP)

Ali Bongo. (File: AFP)

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Libreville - Gabon's President Ali Bongo on Saturday called for "political dialogue" with the opposition after the constitutional court upheld his narrow re-election victory.

"I call all political leaders, including the defeated candidates in the August 27 election, for a political dialogue," to steer the country out of the political crisis sparked by the announcement of his re-election, which saw days of deadly rioting, Bongo said in a speech broadcast on television.



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