Guinea-Bissau said on Monday a government led by Prime Minister Baciro Dja had been formed to turn the page on a month-long crisis caused by the sacking of his predecessor.
The new administration, made possible through a deal struck between the two largest parties in parliament, will be made up of 16 ministers and 15 secretaries of state, a presidential decree said.
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