Faustin Touadéra candidate for president on 27 December

In the Central African Republic, it was the last day this Saturday, September 26, for the Congress of the Presidential Party, MCU. Gathered in the Bangui Sports Center, delegates from the United Hearts Movement have just invested their candidate Faustin-Archange Touadéra in the December 27 presidential election.

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Gathered at the Bangui Sports Center, Muc delegates urged the outgoing president to run for another term, a mission accepted without surprise by the Faustin-Archange Touadéra. “I heard you, and it is with great pleasure that I accept. (…) The date of 26 September is a fundamental phase in the Central African people’s march towards their future, which will be made of security, peace, social cohesion. to live together and develop in unity and dignity and work ”.

The President used this forum to praise his action at the head of the country, qualify his fame and highlight the rebuilding of the Central African army or the disarmament of several militias. Among the presidential candidate’s campaign promises was the continued implementation of the peace agreement in 2019, an agreement criticized by some of his opponents …

“I promise to complete the process of implementing the Peace and Reconciliation Policy Agreement in 2019. I would like to strongly emphasize that those who hinder the implementation of this process will pay a heavy price.”

The Faustin-Archange Touadéra reaffirmed that the legislative and presidential elections would be held on 27 December in accordance with the Constitution of 30. March 2016, he said. The president does not intend to drop this point, while an opposition party is calling for a postponement of the vote.

Faustin Touadera’s biggest rival should be, this time, Francois Bozizé, back for a year in the country, if his the application is validated.

The presidential election will in principle be held on 27 December. A dozen other candidates have already run for president, including Anicet Georges Dologuélé and Martin Ziguélé, two former prime ministers, and Catherine Samba-Panza, president of the Transitional Republic from 2014 to 2016.

Today the situation has improved (with Touadéra)

MCU spokesman Evariste Ngamana


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