In a joint statement recently issued by the United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Peace Operations Lacroix, the African Union Commissioner for Peace and Security Chergy
the Chairman of the Economic Community of Central African States, Verrisimo, and the European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs Borelli said: “The Constitutional Court of the Central African Republic will announce the final conclusion.
As a result, the parties should respect the decision of the court.
They called on the Central African Republic Government and all political actors to support “inclusive, open, constructive and credible political dialogue to promote national stability.”
The statement reminded all stakeholders of their commitments under the 2019 Political Agreement on Peace and Reconciliation and urged the signatories to fully implement their commitments, in particular the cessation of hostilities.
On January 4th, local time, the electoral authorities said that the current President Tuadela won the election.