Central Africa Republic: Opposition Calls For Postponement Of Election

The opposition members of the Central Africa Republic has called for the immediate postponement of forthcoming election in the country. They hope that the proposed postponement will lead to the government re-establishing security personnel.

This comes a day after the public authority blamed the gathering’s previous chief – ex-president Francois Bozize, of attempting to organize an overthrow.

Hubert Wanto, a nearby in the capital city, is disappointed with the political games, “We have had enough of this conduct which partitions individuals just before a political race. Our lawmakers set up us to contend with each other while they coexist well with one another, however they push us to partition, to execute one another.”

Another alliance — of revolutionary powers called the Coalition of Patriots for Change (CPC), held onto control of key courses to the capital Bangui.