The Central African Republic is at risk of descending into “anarchy”, similar to what took place in 2013-2014 if mistakes of the past are not acknowledged, according to a new report by the International Crisis Group. “Avoiding the worst in the Central African Republic” outlines dealing with multiple peace talks, but also recognizing that solutions affecting even the smallest communities in the country could be key to sustainable peace.
“It’s particularly critical because what’s at stake for both [CAR President Faustin-Archange] Touadera and the country is to break the patterns of the past, to try, even in the midst of this crisis, to come up with ways of doing things differently,” Richard Moncrieff, the Central Africa project director of ICG, tells RFI.
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Source: Radio France Internationale (RFI)
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