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STORY: AU SUMMITDATELINE: Jan. 30, 2012LENGTH: 0:02:06LOCATION: ADDIS ABABA CATEGORY: POLITICS/ECONOMYINTRORegional leaders are wrapping up a two-day African Union summit in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa.The AU Commission has decided to postpone the election of its chairperson to the next summit as none of the candidates won the required vote after three rounds of competition.Apart from the vote, economy and trade remain a dominating theme during the annual summit.World News has the details.PKGAfter a closed-door voting on Monday, the AU Commission announced to postpone the election of its chairperson to the next summit, scheduled in Malawi in July.An AU Commission source said none of the two candidates -- incumbent AU Commission chair Jean Ping and South Africa's interior minister, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma -- got the required two-thirds of the vote.The deputy chairperson, Erastus Mwencha from Kenya, will run the commission until the next summit.The 18th AU summit opened in Addis Aba
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