IGAD insists on four vice presidents in power sharing deal

IGAD insists on four vice presidents in power sharing deal

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A documents issued by IGAD indicates that the regional body is insisting on its proposed four deputy presidents for the next transitional government.

The proposal states that the President of the Republic shall serve as President and Executive Head of State for the interim period.

The documents shows that the four vice presidents shall oversee the clusters of the Council of Ministers, and generally to supervise the implementation of the reforms outlined in the agreement.

The regional body has also outlined the functions and responsibilities of each vice president who will supervise four clusters.

Government had rejected the proposal of four vice presidents.

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