The Central African Republic has an interim president Catherine Samba-Panza (photo:dpa)

Encouraging sign among bloodshed of the Central African Republic

French troops are the only European force trying to impose order among the violence of enthnic and religious rivalies in the Central African Republic. The election of an interim president is a positive step towards restoring order where more than 1,000 have died and 20 per cent of the population has been displaced. But the country’s problems reflect many of the current issues Africa faces as a continent.

IT WILL take a long time to restore peace and order to the Central African Republic, but the election of interim president Catherine Samba-Panza is an encouraging sign.

She was sworn in on January 23, 2014, with the interim parliament, under the guidance of France and the ...

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