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Central African Republic: Touadera’s win confirmed


The Constitutional Court in the Central African Republic has confirmed the outright victory of Faustin-Archange Touadéra in last month’s elections, with 53.16% of votes cast against nearest challenger Anicet Georges Dologuélé‘s 21.69%. The proclamation of Mr Touadéra’s win came despite reports of a poor voter turnout, and the loss of …

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Central African Republic: candidates do not agree with the results


In a statement, ten of the sixteen candidates say they do not recognize the interim results of the December 27 presidential elections which proclaim president Touadera as winner. These candidates claim the cancellation of elections. Indeed, the National Authority for Elections announced the re-election in the first round of the …

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Central African Republic: protestation against the re-election of President Touadera


The global provisional results of the National Authority of Election declare the outgoing president Faustin-Archange Touadera re-elected from the first round with 53,92% of the vote. Voices are already rising to protest this re-election of president Touadera. In front of Anicet-Georges Dologuélé who totalize 21,01% of the vote and Martin …

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Central African Republic’s crisis: African Union raises the tone

Moussa Faki

African Union is worried about central African republic’s actual situation. Facing the upsurge of violence that make rage in the country, African union condemns and challenges. In a statement published Monday, the African’s union president Moussa Faki Mohamat has expressed his concerns facing the turns of the events in Central …

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