Central African Republic rebels still in control of cabinet despite reshuffle BANGUI (Reuters) - A cabinet reshuffle in Central African Republic requested by the international community to reduce the dominance of rebel leaders who seized power in a March coup has left the representatives of the SELEKA coalition in most of the top cabinet posts. A decree by Interim President Michel Djotodia issued on Thursday showed that although SELEKA members hold fewer ministries, they ...
June 14, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
Francois Bozize in AFP Upon my return to Bangui, we will take necessary steps to reopen the border,Bozize said after talks with his DRCongo counterpart Joseph Kabila in Kinshasa.
Ange-Felix Patasse in AFP Asked about his ouster from the Movement for the Liberation of the Centrafrican People (MPLC), the party he founded in 1962, Patasse said he was "still its legal and legitimate president. When I am in Bangui, everything will return to normal."