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Crime Central African Republic: Bozizé's party denounces the assassination of one of its executives

12:40  04 january  2021
12:40  04 january  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

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In the Central African Republic, the KNK, the party of former President Bozizé, denounces the sacking of his party's headquarters this Sunday in Bangui, as well as the "assassination" this weekend of a party official, candidate for the legislative elections. Damara.

According to the KNK spokesperson, his lifeless body was found this Sunday, behind the home of former KNK Minister Sylvain Doutingaye.

Last weekend, François Bozizé said supported the ongoing rebellion in the country. However, his party denies that he was the instigator, as the Central African authorities and Minusca accuse him of.

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The spokesperson of the KNK, Christian Guenebem, evokes a climate of “persecution”. He is at Florence Morice's microphone.

"We are witnessing an escalation in violence and all of this we know and in response to all the accusations made by the President of the Republic, the head of government and by the special representative of Minusca, who accuse François Bozizé to be the instigator of this regrouping of the rebel groups which launched a series of attacks.

What I would like to say in relation to that is that the fact that President Bozizé declared his support for this coalition of armed groups does not mean that he is leading it, but does not mean either that support is that of the KNK. François Bozizé spoke on his behalf, he did not engage his political training and the persecution we are experiencing today, we have not heard anyone speak on this subject or condemn the assassination of our executive, it is damaging.

There is an obvious bias of Minusca, in particular via the special representative of the secretary general of the United Nations, Mr. Mankeur Ndiaye and I think that his position discredits this mission of the United Nations. "

No Central African authority reacted to this on Sunday evening.

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