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CAR Voters Set to Elect President — If Polls Take Place

National elections in the Central African Republic appeared to be in jeopardy Wednesday, as the country's election authority said time was short to organize the vote. The elections, set for December 27, will mark the first time since the Seleka rebels ousted the government in 2013 that voters in the C.A.R. select a new president and parliament. The National Election Authority, or ANE, reports that 1.7 million people are registered to vote. But many have yet to receive their...

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