Samiksha Jaiswal

Central African general election, 1992

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
Central African general election, 1992

General elections were held in the Central African Republic on 25 October 1992 to elect a President and National Assembly. They were the first elections to be held after multi-party democracy was restored in 1991, and saw incumbent President André Kolingba come last. However, the results of both elections were annulled by the Supreme Court due to widespread irregularities. Fresh elections were held the following year.

References

Central African general election, 1992 Wikipedia


Similar Topics
Maria Laura Almirão
Mike Ratliff
Samy Mahmoud
Topics