The Gabon coup leaders on Thursday said that the country’s new strongman, General Brice Nguema, would be sworn in as ‘transitional president’ on Monday at the constitutional court.
On state TV, the spokesman for the Committee for the Transition and Restoration of Institutions, Ulrich Manfoumbi, said Nguema would “phase in transitional institutions.”
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No details were given on the duration of the transitional institutions.
All general secretaries, ministerial offices, director generals and officials of state services have been instructed “to ensure in the immediate future the effective resumption of work and continuity of the functioning of all public services”, the spokesman said.
The army chiefs pledged that Gabon will also respect all its commitments at home and abroad.
The spokesman said that Nguema “would like to reassure all donors, development partners as well as state creditors that all provisions will be taken to guarantee respect for our country’s commitments externally and internally.”
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