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Report by ZNBC- Lusaka

Delegations from Kenya’s government and opposition have resumed talks aimed at ending weeks of post-election violence.Friday’s talks are aimed at fine tuning a power-sharing plan that would involve the creation of a prime minister’s post to be held by the opposition.

The session was delayed by the late arrival of the government delegation.

Mediator and ex-United Nations chief Kofi Annan said the deal showed progress towards ending violence in which 1,000 people have died since late December.

The opposition alleges widespread rigging, and international observers said the poll was flawed.

The prime ministerial post that could be created as a result of the deal is likely to be held by opposition Orange Democratic Movement,ODM, leader Raila Odinga.

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