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15 mars 2019 | 09h26 UTC

CAR: Disruptions reported at Béloko border crossing March 13

Central African Republic Alerte de sécurité

FDPC supporters allow some commercial cross-border traffic at Béloko border post as of March 13 after weeks of protests; disruptions to continue over coming days

TIMEFRAME expected from 14/3/2019, 12h00 until 18/3/2019, 11h59 (Africa/Bangui). COUNTRY/REGION Béloko

Event

Supporters of the Front Démocratique du Peuple Centrafricain (FDPC) have reportedly allowed some commercial traffic through the Béloko border crossing as of Wednesday, March 13, after blocking cargo originating from Cameroon. FDPC supporters armed with assault rifles and rocket launchers set up roadblocks along the Cameroon border beginning on March 3 to impede commercial traffic into CAR after they alleged the central government failed to include the group in the newly formed government. UN forces deployed to the area were reportedly unable to reopen the road at Béloko. In a statement by the group's leader Abdoulaye Miskine, FDPC rebels will continue to block cross-border traffic until Monday, March 18. A heightened security presence and continued disruptions to cross-border movement are likely in the coming days and weeks. 

Context

The Front Démocratique du Peuple Centrafricain (FDPC), a former ex-Séléka rebel group that signed the peace deal in Khartoum and pledged to reform itself into a political party, alleges President Faustin Touadéra failed to include them in the new cabinet. Only six of the 14 armed rebel groups are represented in Touadéra's new cabinet. 

Advice

Individuals in Béloko are advised to monitor the situation, prepare for longer wait times at the border crossing, and adhere to instructions issued by local authorities and their home governments.

 

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