Primer on presidential and parliamentary elections in Central African Republic

October 2015
Political Intelligence Briefing;10/13/2015, p24
The article discusses the schedule of the presidential and parliamentary elections in Central African Republic (CAR) in October and November 2015. Topics discussed include the declaration of Muslim Michel Djotodia regarding his leadership of the Christian-majority country, the expectation that incumbent President Catherine Samba-Panza will be attempting to hold onto power, and the inclusion of Bozize Prime Minister Faustin Archange Touadera.


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