Local radio reported Cote d’Ivoire’s ruling Comite National de Salut Public (CNSP) as saying that a new cabinet would be ready by the end of this week. The CNSP met on Monday with the leaders of political parties, which were asked last week by CNSP head General Robert Guei to propose candidates for posts in a transitional government. According to media reports, 11 of the 21 posts in the new government have been reserved for political parties while the rest will be occupied by the military and civil society.
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