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After several days of deliberations, the ECOWAS summit  on Ivory Coast's Laurent Gbagbo concluded this evening in Abuja .

The communique issued was thus

 

"(ECOWAS) requests the U.N. Security Council to strengthen the mandate of the U.N. operation in Ivory Coast enabling the mission to use all necessary means to protect life and property and to facilitate the immediate transfer of power to Mr Alassane Ouattara," it said in a communique.

"(It) also requests the U.N. Security Council to adopt more stringent international targeted sanctions against Mr Laurent Gbagbo and his associates." Ouattara was the U.N.-certified winner of a November presidential election. Incumbent Gbagbo refused to recognise that result, saying it was rigged, and the West African country has lurched towards civil war.

 

President Goodluck Jonathan's tenure as chairman was renewed .

 

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