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Central African Republic's constitutional court upheld President Faustin-Archange Touadera's re-election, raising the specter of more violence days after rebels attempted to overtake the capital.
The vote, and its aftermath, have been marked by violence and the formation of a rebel coalition, amid calls from the opposition to delay the vote.
President Faustin-Archange Touadera, seeking a second term, has tried to reassure candidates and voters that the voting will be secure. This is the central African country’s first election since a peace deal was signed between the government and 14 rebel…
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