Samiksha Jaiswal

Central African constitutional referendum, 1994

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Central African constitutional referendum, 1994

A constitutional referendum was held in the Central African Republic on 28 December 1994. The new constitution would make the country a presidential republic with a unicameral National Assembly and a Prime Minister accountable to both the President and the National Assembly. It was approved by 82.7% of voters with a 45% turnout.

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