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Central African Republic, Government

The Central African Republic is governed by a constitution, approved in 1994, that provides for a multiparty democracy. Under this constitution, executive authority is vested in a president and the Council of Ministers, which is headed by the president. The president is popularly elected to a six-year term and may serve a maximum of two consecutive terms. Legislative authority is held by a 109-member National Assembly; members of the assembly are popularly elected to five-year terms. The Central African Democratic Rally is the country’s leading political party.

 
 

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