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Alassane Ouattara Ivory Coast president accepts resignation of government

"The establishment of a new government will have better coherence as a goal so the government can be more efficient," Ouattara said in a meeting attended by the media.

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Ivory Coast's Ouattara says peaceful poll means crisis in past

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Ivory Coast's president Alassane Ouattara accepted the resignation of his prime minister and government on Wednesday.

"The establishment of a new government will have better coherence as a goal so the government can be more efficient," Ouattara said in a meeting attended by the media.

Ouattara was elected for a second five-year term in October with nearly 84 percent of the vote in a poll intended to mark an end to nearly a decade of crisis capped by a civil war in 2011. 

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