Gabon’s latest premier labels UN military intervention as the “lesser of two evils”

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The newly appointed prime minister of Gabon has expressed that the UN military intervention in the country is a preferable alternative. On August 30, military officials overthrew Ali Bongo, whose family has governed the resource-rich nation in central Africa for over 50 years. This development comes, however, just an hour ago.