Central African Republic opposition cited low voter turnout in provinces under threat from armed rebels and electoral irregularities linked to insecurity
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Francois Bozize, ex-president ousted by a coup in 2013 saw his presidential candidacy invalidated by the Central African Republic Constitutional Court
Central African Republic government accused Francois Bozize, the former head of state whose presidential candidacy was invalidated, of an “attempted coup”
Central African Republic has been struck by violence since 2013 when Muslim Seleka rebels ousted then-president, prompting reprisals from Christian militias
UN Human Rights Office said that they were deeply alarmed by reports of escalating violence in Central African Republic just days ahead of the elections
AU Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat, expressed deep concern over the evolution of the political and security situation in the Central African Republic
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Restoring peace and security – that’s President Faustin Archange Touadera’s main task. He took office 100 days ago, but the Central African Republic (CAR) still has a long way to go before becoming a stable state.
In a major feat for a country plagued by unrest, the people of Central African Republic queued up to vote in key elections. ‘We are voting in dignity and peace and I am proud,’ the outgoing interim president said.
Voters in the Central African Republic are optimistic Wednesday’s (30.12.2015) poll will reunite a nation torn by sectarian strife. This is the third time elections are being held since independence from France in 1960.
The Central African Republic’s interim government has postponed its planned elections for three days citing administrative delays.
Voting on a referendum for a new constitution in the Central African Republic was extended to a second day after violence broke out Sunday killing five people. The killings took place in a majority Muslim enclave of the capital city Bangui. Young people in the area where the violence broke out complained that it was …
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Fighters from the Seleka rebel coalition took control of the presidential palace to declare their victory
After collapse of two month old peace deal, rebels enter the Central African Republic capital