Gabon: Justice Minister Resigns Over Disputed Election | VoA News

Gabon’s Justice Minister Seraphin Moundounga has resigned over the disputed re-election of President Ali Bongo, becoming the first high-level government official to step down since the vote.¬†Gabon’s election commission announced last week that Bongo won the election over opposition leader Jean Ping by about 5,000 votes, leading to protests and street violence that has left at least six people dead.¬†Moundounga told Radio France International on Monday that the government is not responding to concerns about the need for peace, which lead to his decision to step down.

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