Sport Central Africa: François Bozizé is the coordinator of the CPC according to a document

04:52  08 march  2021
04:52  08 march  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

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In the Central African Republic, the army continues its advance on the territory against the Coalition of Patriots for the change with the support of Russian and Rwandan bilateral forces. Born on December 15, we are starting to know this CPC a little better. RFI was able to consult documents which confirm that François Bozizé agreed to become its coordinator recently.

With our correspondent in Bangui, Charlotte Cosset

It was three months after its creation, on February 15, that the CPC launched its "Kamba Kota appeal". In it, the six armed groups, the majority of which have confirmed the authenticity, underline "identity of view" with the former president and ask François Bozizé to become the general coordinator of the CPC under unified command.

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While the response to the Appeal has not been made public, several armed groups and those close to François Bozizé claim that the former president has responded positively to this request.

Five days after this call, on February 20, François Bozizé signed a note on behalf of the CPC with the title of general coordinator, a note of which RFI obtained a copy. In the entourage of the former president, it is said that this note is for acceptance and therefore does not require a direct response. If the authorities denounce the role of François Bozizé in this armed coalition for weeks, at the beginning of February the KNK still refuted the paternity of the movement.

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