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Friday, 07-03-15, 15:56Give Peace a Chance in the CAR[JusticeInfo.net] Last weeks witnessed more of the same in Africa : A failed coup d'Etat in Burundi, the massive violation of the seventh cease-fire in South-Sudan, and a gloomy peace treaty signing ceremony in Bamako in the absence of the Tuaregs, the main party to the Malian conflict. read more...
Friday, 07-03-15, 15:48Negotiating Forgiveness for Mass Crimes[JusticeInfo.net] After massive violations of human rights, many countries have introduced policies of forgiveness. But how do they work? This is the subject of a series of articles by Pierre Hazan, JusticeInfo.net Head of Project and associate professor at the University of Neuchatel, Switzerland. read more...
Wednesday, 07-01-15, 12:15Central African Republic - Effective Registration of Voters Begins[Cameroon Tribune] The Transition President of the Central African Republic, Catherine Samba-Panza has called on the population of voting age to register in the electoral registers and vote during the country's presidential and legislative elections coming up on October 18, 2015 and a subsequent second round on November 22, 2015, Afrique Actualité reports. She officially launched the registration operation in the 7th Subdivision of the capital city, Bangui on Monday, June 29, 2015. read more...
Monday, 06-29-15, 13:08Financing, Security Hurdles Persist Ahead of Polls[Cameroon Tribune] All attention is focused now on the miracles the transitional authorities in the Central African Republic headed by Transition President Catherine Samba-Panza and the country's partners will do to ensure the successful organization and conduct of the announced presidential and legislative elections whose first round is slated to October 18, 2015 and the second round for November 22, 2015. Political actors, pundits and keen observers of the country's political scene are looking forward to solutions for the read more...
Monday, 06-29-15, 10:41Nation's Transition Needs International Community's Support - UN Expert[UN News] The international community must redouble its efforts to help the Central African Republic to fully realize its transition to peace, national reconciliation, reconstruction and the end of impunity, the United Nations independent expert on the human rights situation in the country said today. read more...
Friday, 06-26-15, 7:39CAR May Resume Export Its Diamonds[ANGOP] Luanda -The Central African Republic (CAR) may resume the sale of its diamonds during Angola's mandate at Kimberlity Process (KP) as the country has met the requirements, said Tuesday in Luanda the Executive Secretary of African Diamond Producers Association (ADPA), Edgar Diogo de Carvalho. read more...
Thursday, 06-25-15, 8:19UN Peacekeepers Face New Sex Abuse Claims[Al Jazeera] The UN peacekeeping contingent serving in the Central African Republic are accused of sexually abusing street children in Bangui, a UN spokesman has said. read more...
Tuesday, 06-23-15, 16:38IMF and the CAR Reach Staff-Level Agreement On Financial Assistance Under the Rapid Credit Facility[IMF] End-of-Mission press releases include statements of IMF staff teams that convey preliminary findings after a visit to a country. The views expressed in this statement are those of the IMF staff and do not necessarily represent the views of the IMF's Executive Board. Based on the preliminary findings of this mission, staff will prepare a report that, subject to management approval, will be presented to the IMF's Executive Board for discussion and decision. read more...
Tuesday, 06-23-15, 11:21Ban Appoints Panel to Investigate UN Response to Sexual Abuse Allegations[UN News] Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed a panel to investigate the response of the United Nations to allegations of sexual abuse surrounding a deployment of foreign military forces in the Central African Republic (CAR), a spokesperson for the Organization has announced. read more...
Tuesday, 06-23-15, 10:47Revision of CAR Electoral Code Proposed[Cameroon Tribune] On the heels of the announcement of the postponement of presidential and legislative elections in the Central African Republic to October 18, 2015, the National Elections Observatory (ONE) has suggested key issues to be revised in the current electoral code to make the polls free, fair, transparent, credible and acceptable, Radio Ndeke Luka reported. read more...

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