ABIDJAN (AFP) - Ivory Coast President Alassane Ouattara on Wednesday dissolved the government formed in March and charged with reviving the country after the political-military crisis of 2010-2011, the presidency said. “The president announced the dissolution of the government this morning in a cabinet meeting,” the presidency said Wednesday, without providing further details. The head of the president’s office, Amadou Gon Coulibaly, was to meet journalists at the presidential palace. The outgoing government, formed on March 13, was led by prime minister Jeannot Kouadio Ahoussou who also served as justice minister. He was a member of the PDCI party, a major ally of Ouattara.