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Top jobs for Bedie's people
Advisor to Ouattara during the post-electoral crisis, former president Henri Konan Bedie has made the most of the situation to place his own inner circle in key posts. [...]
Published on 12/05/2011 at 22:01 GMTReading time 2 minutes
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