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STORY: AU SUMMIT WRAPS UPDATELINE: Jan. 31, 2012LENGTH: 0:01:11LOCATION: Addis AbabaCATEGORY: POLITICSINTROThe 18th African Union summit has ended in the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa.The new AU rotating president says a series of decisions concerning various African issues have been made during the two-day event.But the election of a new head of AU Commission has been postposed to the next summit.PKGThe incumbent Chairperson of AU Commission Jean Ping and other AU Commission members will maintain their positions until next summit, now planned to be held in Malawi in June. That's according to the new AU chairperson Thomas Yayi Boni.The competition for the head of the AU Commission, the 54-nation bloc's executive council, has been fierce in the election held during the AU summit.Jean Ping and Ms. Nkosazana Clarice Dlamini-Zuma, current interior minister of South Africa, was vying for the position.But after three rounds of fierce competition, none of the two candidates got the requi Powered by Producer : Xinhua News Agency

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