International Business Times quotes Africa Center Director J. Peter Pham on various issues surrounding the legitimacy of upcoming elections in Central African Republic:

Dologuélé was president of the Development Bank of Central African States for several years, a post that experts say makes him one of the more credible candidates at leading the country out of a political and economic crisis. “No one has ever implicated him in any coups or attempted coups or militias,” said J. Peter Pham, director of the Africa Center at the Atlantic Council, a Washington think tank.


“Everyone speaks about unity and development, but I’m not necessarily convinced that many of them are actually good candidates for delivering that,” Pham warned.

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