The Central African Republic is facing one of its “last chances” to deal with the political instability and the resulting conflict which has affected the country for over a year.
The UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative in the CAR, Babacar Gaye, said politicians and armed groups involved in the conflict have to act now to stop insecurity and to rebuild society.
Fighting between anti-Balaka Christian militias and Muslim rebels has led to the mass displacement of over 650,000 people.
There have also been widespread reports of atrocities.
Jean-Pierre Ramazani asked Babacar Gaye about his message to the people of the country.