What options for Ivory Coast?
The crisis in Ivory Coast appears to be deepening as international pressure mounts on Laurent Gbagbo to cede power.
Both Mr Gbagbo and Mr Ouattara have laid claim to the Presidency and both men have now named separate cabinets.
The Ivorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry say goods such as meat and fish are running short and many warehouses have been closed due to security fears.
The former South African President Thabo Mbeki left the country after two days of talks failed to bring a solution, and as tensions mount, the UN is moving non-essential staff out of the country.
Several international lenders including the EU have threatened to pull the plug on the country if a solution is not found soon.
As West Africa's regional body Ecowas holds crisis talks in Nigeria, we ask what are the options for Ivory Coast?
Are you affected by the unfolding events there? Is a power sharing government inevitable?
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