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Gabon ruling party split deepens with new rival to President

The President of the Gabonese National Assembly, Guy Nzouba-Ndama, delivering a speech on the opening day of the 35th session of the Parliamentary Association of La Francophonie in Paris on July 5, 2009Niger’s outgoing parliamentary leader Guy Nzouba Ndama on Tuesday announced he will stand in this year’s presidential election against incumbent Ali Bongo Ondimba, widening a split in the ruling party. A well-known figure in Gabonese politics, Nzouba Ndama resigned his post last week along with nine MPs, part of a growing rebel faction seeking to prevent Bongo from gaining re-election. Speaking in front of hundreds of supporters in Libreville, Nzouba Ndama said he wished to distance himself from the ruling Gabonese Democratic Party (PDG).

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