Central African Republic

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In the Central African Republic, a former French colony, several armed groups are fighting each other. On 15 April 1998, French troops, who were supposed to be a peace keeping force, were replaced by a 1,400-strong UN peace keeping force MINURCA, with soldiers from seven African countries. Despite a peace agreement, the armed conflict continues to cause deaths. [5]

1 Conscription

conscription exists

According to several sources, there is selective conscription.

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