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The president and prime minister share executive power. In April the Economic Community of Central African States ECCAS adopted the Ndjamena Declaration, which provided for the establishment of a transitional government leading to elections 18 months after the swearing-in of the transitional president, or by February In August Djotodia was sworn in as transitional president under the terms of a transitional charter but resigned in January under pressure from ECCAS after state authority — already weak under Bozize — largely collapsed under his rule.
In December ECCAS extended the transition for an additional six months and called for a constitutional referendum and presidential and legislative elections by August Despite financial, logistical, and security challenges that resulted in further delays, the first of two rounds of presidential and legislative elections was held on December The second round of elections was slated to occur before the end of March The last general election occurred in , when former president Francois Bozize was re-elected in what national and international observers considered flawed elections.
Civilian authorities did not maintain effective control over the security forces, and state authority barely extended beyond the capital Bangui. Armed groups controlled significant swaths of territory throughout the country and acted as de facto governing institutions, taxing local populations, providing security services, and appointing members to leadership roles.
While the human rights situation continued to improve since the September deployment of the Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic MINUSCA , the civilian population remained subject to killings, hostage-taking, mistreatment and torture, sexual and gender-based violence, and displacement.
According to MINUSCA's Report on the Situation of Human Rights in the Central African Republic, released on December 11, "serious violations of international human rights and international humanitarian law continued to be committed throughout the country by nonstate armed groups The most serious human rights problems included arbitrary and unlawful killings, especially those perpetrated by the ex-Seleka and groups known as the anti-Balaka.