Samba Panza Relieves CAR Curfew

ailment geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Following the offensive anti-balakas of December 5, pharmacy 2013, a curfew was declared by 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 am, lightened by following 8:00 p.m. to 6:00, thanks to efforts to stabilize the MISCA.

This new relief measure curfew reflects the improvement in the security situation in Bangui and in the rest of the country through the efforts of the MISCA, including the last punch which tracks and shares arrest of several leaders of the group of anti-balakas, disarmament and cantonment of former salekas operations and seizures of weapons and ammunition.

This visible improvement in the security situation has led to the resumption of economic activities, the effective reopening of academic institutions, etc, Leading today to a certain normalisation of life in the city of Bangui and its surroundings.

While reiterating the neutrality of MISCA and its firm commitment to impartially perform his mandate, the Special Representative of the Chairperson of the Commission of the African Union and Chief MISCA, Gal. Jean-Marie Michel Mokoko warns all elements of the illegal armed groups that continue to commit abuses with civilians that the eradications criminal operations will continue to intensify.

He calls the people to be more vigilant and cooperation in order to complete the actual restoration of the authority of the state and the return of the Central democratic legitimacy.



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