CAR Rebels Plan Power-Sharing Government | Voice of America
By Gabe Joselow
Thierry Vircoulon, Central Africa director for the International Crisis Group, says the so-called Libreville agreement may be key to stabilizing the country.
“The Libreville agreement at this stage is the only political basis to set up a new government. So the fact that he is saying he wants to respect the framework of the Libreville agreement is definitely something positive,” said Vircoulon.
Seleka, a coalition of five rebel groups, launched its initial offensive in December, but stopped short of the capital. They resumed hostilities last week after accusing President Bozize of breaking the agreement signed in January by not reintegrating the rebels into the military.