World RCA: the COD-2020 and François Bozizé were able to hold a meeting in Bangui

06:50  25 november  2020
06:50  25 november  2020 Source:   rfi.fr

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François Bozizé lors d'un meeting électoral avec la Cod2020, à Bangui, le 24 novembre 2020. © Chalotte Cosset / RFI François Bozizé during an electoral meeting with the Cod2020, in Bangui, on November 24, 2020.

In the Central African Republic was held on Tuesday July 24, a large meeting of the COD-2020 Opposition Coalition. Initially banned by the Interior Ministry, it ended up being peaceful. Last weekend, an incident between Bozizé's guard and the presidential guard raised fears of rising tensions.

With our correspondent in Bangui, Charlotte Cosset

Many uncertainties surrounded this meeting. Finally, secured by Minusca, it was in a relaxed atmosphere that the meeting was held. Many supporters came to the Eucatex stadium like Yannick. “It is an opposition platform that has come together and we are part of this opposition. The opposition will be KO in the first round. Then, we are waiting for measures for youth, jobs for young girls, education ... "

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Several opposition leaders took the floor and addressed the themes of youth, education or further securing the elections. For Nicolas Tiangaye, spokesperson for the platform, it is about animating Central African political life as the elections approach. “It is about sensitizing the Central African population on the stakes of the electoral process on the one hand, and on the other hand on the results of President Touadéra. So the objective of this meeting is to draw the attention of the Central African people to the situation prevailing in our country and we believe that President Touadéra has failed and that the people must freely choose the leaders who must tomorrow take their destiny in hand. "

If most of the opposition parties were represented, François Bozizé , now at the head of COD-2020, seems to want to establish himself as the leader of the opposition.

President Touadéra is expected this Wednesday in Bossangoa, region of origin of Bozizé, to celebrate World Food Day. A well attended party in the Central African Republic that was held last year in Bambari after it had to be canceled in 2018 due to insecurity.

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