BANGUI  - The interim govt of the Central African Republic said it had held its first cabinet meeting, after seizing power in a bloody coup last month. Govt spokesman Crepin Mboli-Goumba said the meeting was called due to the “need to get to work without delay in order to deal with the numerous challenges faced by C Africans.” Michel Djotodia of the Seleka rebel coalition grabbed power on Mar 24 after assault on the Bangui on the grounds that ousted Bozize had failed to abide by a Jan peace deal.