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Central African Republic

Michel Am-Nondokro Djotodia

Date of Birth: 1949
Place of Birth: Vakaga


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Danger, road works ahead

Significantly, the critical decisions on South Sudan – the ceasefire signed last week – and CAR – discredited interim President Michel Djotodia was pushed out of office on 9 January – were taken by regional organisations before the AU summit...


Risky hunt for a new leader

Politicians allied to the discredited former President François Bozizé, along with ministers most associated with rampant corruption, may end up as the main beneficiaries of the power vacuum created by the resignation of Michel Djotodia, according to sources in Paris and Bangui...

It was France that took the initiative in securing the removal of Michel Djotodia and the previously well-thought of interim Prime Minister Nicolas Tiangaye...


On the brink

MilitiasThe Anti-Balaka militia is a loosely-organised, community-based group of young Christians, set up to counter the ravages of the Séléka, the militia that brought President Michel Djotodia to power in March (AC Vol 54 No 2, Bozizé back from the brink & With Zuma to Bangui & AC Vol 54 No 19, Regional risks rising)...


More boots on the ground

He landed in the CAR capital, Bangui, en route from the Nelson Mandela memorial service in South Africa on 10 December, to address his troops and meet CAR’s military leader, Michel Djotodia...


France wades in again

The dissolution of his Séléka rebel movement by interim President Michel Djotodia may be mostly about his distancing himself from a messy security situation...


Regional risks rising

However, there is not thought to be any centrally organised movement or force militating for Bozizé’s return, only opportunistic acts of anger and revenge at Séléka, whose unpopularity has seriously dented the standing of President Michel Djotodia...


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Déby’s enemies crowd in

Originally, Séléka leaders Michel Am-Nondokro Djotodia and the CPJP leader, ‘General’ Noureddin Adam, promised Déby in Ndjamena to prevent any of the rebels of Chadian origin from challenging him...


Lords of misrule

Several delegations wanted to prevent the rubber-stamping of the violent seizure of power by the self-appointed President, Michel Djotodia...


Séléka takes power

On 25 March, the Defence Minister under the interim cabinet agreed at Libreville on 11 January, Michel Djotodia, declared himself President...


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