Central African Republic’s top court deals blow to president’s 3rd term bid

KIGALI, Rwanda

The Central African Republic’s Constitutional Court on Friday ruled that a commission for constitutional reforms set up recently is “unconstitutional,” dealing the first blow to President Faustin-Archange Touadera’s bid to get through legislation allowing him to run for a third term.

Last month, Touadera formed the body to draft a new Constitution of the Central African Republic.

But following a petition filed before the court by civil society…

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