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His critics accuse him of wanting to install a dictatorship.
Bongo's rival for the presidency is Jean Ping, a former chairman of the African Union Commission and leader of the Gabonese Progress Party.
The Republic of Gabon moved peacefully into independence in 1960 after a three-year period of internal self-government.A French-style constitution was adopted the following year and Léon M’ba became Gabon’s first president.After seven years of stormy pluralism, the ruling Parti Démocratique Gabonais (PDG) declared Gabon a one-party state, but retained broadly pro-Western policies.Election placards along the main highways of Libreville, the capital of Gabon, praise President Ali Bongo and his Gabonese Democratic Party for building kilometers of tarmac roads, creating new jobs and attracting foreign investment.
Bongo is seeking to convince voters that his plans for modernization and development can turn Gabon into an emerging economy.These challenges are international in scope and are priorities for the Central Intelligence Agency.