The Central African Parliament has passed a bill on 23 September giving more time to the National Election Authority (ANE) to better organize the voter registration which has been delayed.
At the risk of endangering the entire electoral process, the presidential majority and the opposition agreed to postpone the convening of voters, which was due to take place on September 27. The project was therefore adopted to the chagrin of part of the opposition calling for national consultation by ensuring that the ANE runs straight to failure.
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