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Afghanistan's unity government gets down to work

By: Surabhi TANDON | Claire DEBUYSER | Kamal ABDOURAHIM
1 min

Last September, Ashraf Ghani became president of Afghanistan but had to share power with Abdullah Abdullah, his rival in the presidential election. The two men took months to form their government. In April, the parliament finally approved the appointment of six ministers. For the first time, four women are part of the cabinet. Our correspondents went to meet two of the new ministers whose job it is to piece the country back together.

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Programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Elom Marcel Toble

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