It is reported that Central African Republic President Faustin-Archange Touadéra plans to reshuffle the Cabinet created after the Khartoum Agreement had been signed in the capital of Sudan.
Last year, at the initiative of President Touadéra, 14 armed groups reached an agreement aimed at bringing stability to the country rocked by violence since 2013. In February, the new cabinet list made of 39 members representing each of the conflicting sides was created in order to shore up the peace process.
The time has come to examine the contribution of each of these ministers and dismiss those who produced no results in the mission entrusted to them by the people of CAR.
The complete government will allegedly have about 20 ministers. All political entities and armed groups have already given their agreement to designate their representatives to enter this government.