NEWS: International Bodies Urges Consideration For Election Result In Central African Republic

Following the re-election of incumbent president Faustin Archange Touadera, intertional community has urged opposition members and leaders to respect and consider the result of the just concluded election in Central African Republic.

The officeholder Faustin Archangel Tuadera drove by 53.95 percent of the votes. With these outcomes, the second round won’t occur. Anicet Goerge Dologuele came next with 21 percent, Martin Ziguele 7 percent.” Dologuele quickly cried foul, telling a media outlet:

“It’s a joke. There were numerous inconsistencies and examples of misrepresentation.”

While other resistance competitors had recently required the vote to be dropped as radicals shut some surveying stations.

The sacred court will approve the outcome after any questions are settled.