Central African Republic remains ‘paralysed’ by post-election violence

Central African Republic remains ‘paralysed’ by post-election violence Voters stand in line to cast their ballots during the national elections at a polling station in Bangui, Central African Republic, December 27, 2020. Photo CNS.
Bishop Juan José Aguirre of Bangassou, Central African Republic, says the city “is paralysed” by post-election violence. “People have fled, they’re in hiding,” he told Crux via WhatsApp. On January 6, Pope Francis expressed his concern for this war-torn country and invited “all of the parties to a fraternal, respectful dialogue, to reject any form of hatred…
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