Legislative elections under high tension

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In terms of precarious health, about 1.8 million Central Africans are called to vote for legislative elections on Sunday. For the first round and especially the presidential election in late December, only one in three voters were likely to vote in the civil war in this country for eight years.

The Central African Republic is holding its breath once again. Around 1.8 million Central Africans actually call for election of their duties in 118 constituencies on Sunday 13 March. For the first round and especially the presidential election in late December, only one in three voters was likely due to insecurity.

It is a question of electing elections to allow the establishment of a new legislature before 3 May as required by the Constitution. Logistic challenges are the same as in the first round, but the National Election Authority ensures that it is ready in all constituencies.

Central African Republic: Government organizes legislative elections under high tension

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On Friday, the United Nations Security Council approved a resolution to gradually increase the strength of its peacekeeping force in the Central African Republic, by about 3,000 peacekeepers, still threatening to overthrow power by armed groups is.

Written by France, the text was adopted by 14 members of the council out of 15, only Russia, active in the Central African Republic, avoiding, according to diplomats.

Deputy Russian Ambassador to the United Nations Dmitry Polanski told AFP, “We wanted a text that mentioned the guiding principles for humanitarian aid in which unknown countries were accused of wanting them.” Thin “, at risk of undermining national sovereignty.” Of the respective states. This is “not acceptable,” he said.

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