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François Bozizé Yangouvonda

Date of Birth: 14 October 1946


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Grenades against peace

It seems that Touadéra cannot shake the habits he picked up while prime minister under President François Bozizé (AC Vol 57 No 5 New leader's old problems)...


Concealing disappointment

The two most important factions were there: the pro-Séléka Front populaire pour la renaissance de la Centrafrique (FPRC) led by Noureddine Adam and a large anti-Balaka faction led by Maxime Mokom a relative of ex-President François Bozizé...


Peace moves stumble

In a January interview with the French weekly Jeune Afrique Déby went further than expected and endorsed the idea that the talks could even include two former presidents General François Bozizé and Michel Djotodia and they could be allowed to return to Bangui (AC Vol 55 No 2 Risky hunt for a new leader)...


Killings threaten shaky peace

The arrival in Bangui of ex-President François Bozizé's son Jean-Francis Bozizé and his arrest a day after he had met President Touadéra well illustrates this mindset (AC Vol 55 No 5 Violence takes new shapes)...


New leader's old problems

Dologuélé is also blaming Karim Meckassoua one of the few well-regarded ministers of François Bozizé's time as President and a presidential candidate knocked out in the first round of unfairly aiding Touadéra's win...


Democracy sans frontières

Dologuélé was Prime Minister under the late President Ange-Félix Patassé from January 1991 to April 2001 while Touadéra had the same job under President François Bozizé from January 2008 until his boss fell in January 2013 (AC Vol 54 No 3 Bogged down in Bangui)...


Blood returns to Bangui

This and the apparent preparedness of Anti-Balaka for the unrest has led to speculation in Bangui that activists of ex-President François Bozizé's party Kwa Na Kwa may have been involved...


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