Central African court cancels legislative polls, orders rerun
| January 26th 2016
Central African Republic's Constitutional Court has scrapped legislative election results, citing irregularities, in a set-back for the transition to democracy after years of conflict.
"The court has decided to cancel the (legislative) election of 30 December 2015 and to reschedule it for the whole country," Zacharie Ndouba, president of the constitutional court, said late on Monday.
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