A deal to end six years of war in the Central African Republic could come unglued if not strengthened
The government should hold signatory armed groups accountable to criteria for improved behaviour and back local peace initiatives.
Neighbours should push armed groups to cease provocations.
- What’s new?
In February, the Central African Republic’s government signed an agreement with armed groups that control large swathes of the country, committing to integrating some groups’ fighters into new army units and their leaders into government.
The deal has…