By Hyacinthe Bemba in Brazzaville for LNC
BRAZZAVILLE (LNC) — That was on Monday (10am local time), when the newly elected President of CAR left his footprints on the Congolese soil, at the Maya-Maya International Airport of Brazzaville, for a quick trip of 24h.
President Denis Sassou N’Guesso – the international ombudsman of the CAR crisis – himself came at the airport to warmly welcome his future colleague. “Future colleague”, because Faustin Touadera is not yet confirmed as President of the Central African Republic by the centrafrican Constitutional Court of the Transition.
During the almost two hours of the meeting, both men talked among other things of the still very difficult politico-military context in CAR, and the end of the political transition widely considered as catastrophic.
SPEED WITH HASTE?
However, analysts found one thing very intriguing with the repeated movements of Faustin Touadera abroad – in less than a week, Touadera went to Equatorial Guinea, Chad, and now Congo,
as he is not officially “the Head of State of the Centrafric”, he was not invested as such yet.
A precipitation for acting as elected president which is surprising.
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