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Statement by Ned Price, U.S. State Department Spokesperson on the Constitutional Court in CAR

October 28, 2022 The United States notes with deep concern a series of recent actions relative to members of the Constitutional Court in the Central African Republic, particularly the October 25 removal of Constitutional Court President Daniele Darlan.  Judicial independence is a central tenet of democracy.  We call on the Central African authorities to ensure ...
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Demonstration Alert – U.S. Embassy Bangui, Central African Republic

Location: Bimbo neighborhood, Bangui. Event:  Politically-motivated gatherings have been announced for Saturday, September 24 and Sunday, September 25, starting in the early afternoon, with large crowds instructed to gather around the football stadium and the Ecole Prefectorale of Bimbo respectively.  Start times and locations are subject to change and events may be cancelled. Actions to Take: Travelers Should:   Avoid visiting ...
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Demonstration Alert – U.S. Embassy Bangui, Central African Republic

Location:  areas around UCATEX compound in the 8th arrondissement. Event:  Politically-motivated gatherings have been announced for Saturday, August 27, starting at approximately 12:00 hours with large crowds instructed to gather around the UCATEX compound in the 8th arrondissment.  Start times and locations are subject to change and events may be cancelled. Actions to Take: Travelers Should:   Avoid visiting ...
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The United States Pledges 31 Billion CFA in Emergency Humanitarian Assistance to Central African Republic.

Following her July 21 audience with President Faustin-Archange Touadera, U.S. Ambassador to the Central African Republic Patricia Mahoney announced that the United States will provide an additional 31 billion CFA, or $48 million, in emergency humanitarian assistance to the Central African Republic through our local partners. This aid adds to the 91 billion CFA, or ...
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Demonstration Alert – U. S. Embassy Bangui, Central African Republic

Location:  Bangui  Event:  The U.S. Embassy has received reports thatpolitically motivated demonstrations may begin at 18:00 today, Thursday June 30, and continue throughout Friday, July 1.  Large crowds are anticipated near the following locations: PK0 Circle Boganda Circle (near Corail supermarket) EU Headquarters The Ministry of Tourism (Places des Nations Unies) Martyr’s Monument The National Stadium (Stade de 20,000 places) ...
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