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(From Panafrican News Agency (PANA) Daily Newswire)
Bangui, Central African Republic (PANA) - Central African Republic President General Francois Bozize sacked his Prime Minister Abel Goumba on 8 December 2003, the minister of Communication Lieutenant-Colonel Parfait Mbay said in a decree read on the state-owned radio Thursday.
The presidential decree did not mention who will replace Goumba, who was appointed on 23 March 2003.
The sacking of Goumba, who is referred to as a "historic opposition" leader since 1959, occurred one month after the National Transitional Council (CNT) rejected his policy statement and after a lingering controversy …