A constitutional leadership crisis threatens to tear Nigeria apart. With the elected president, Umaru Yar'Adua absent since November the parliament has handed power to Goodluck Jonathan, the vice-president.But will the move break the uneasy pact that exits between the country's Muslim North and Christian South?And how will rebels in the oil rich Niger River Delta region react to the leadership change?
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