The prime minister decided to leave just a few months after the president was re-elected. The peace deal in the Central African Republic is on unsteady ground.
Central African Republic (CAR) Prime Minister Firmin Ngrebada said on Thursday that he had resigned and his government was dissolved.
In a post on Twitter, Ngrebada said he handed his resignation to the president, Faustin Archange Touadera.
In a Facebook post, Ngrebada hinted the move was related to Touadera’s re-election. Touadera was…
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