No to the recolonization of the Central African Republic

Colonialism Reparation calls on France to carry out the immediate withdrawal of its troops and asks that the armed forces of the Central African Republic be placed side by side only with the support mission of the African Union.

 On December 3, 2013 the Minister of foreign affairs Laurent Fabius announced the French military intervention in the Central African Republic following the UN mandate that is approved by the Security Council two days later with resolution 2127.

The deployment of Sangaris operation has led to the presence of about 1,600 French soldiers on the Central African ground, which add to 1,900 in Djibouti, 950 in Chad, 200 in Niger, 200 in Burkina Faso, 2,500 in Mali, 350 in Senegal, 450 in Ivory Coast, 900 in Gabon and 750 in the Gulf of Guinea with the Corymbe mission, for a total amount of almost 10,000 French soldiers.

The French intervention in the Central African Republic continues along these lines the reorganization of the French military apparatus in the sub-saharan Africa inherited from the colonial times.

Currently there is a permanent presence in four new bases (Gao, Niamey, N'Djamena and Ouagadougou) that add to the four historical ones (Dakar, Abidjan, Libreville and Djibouti) thus allowing a full control of the territory of the former French colonial empire.

The French military interference is obviously linked to the control of the reserves of gold, uranium, oil, etc. , and to the contraposition of the Chinese commercial expansion.

Colonialism Reparation calls on France to carry out the immediate withdrawal of its troops and asks that the armed forces of the Central African Republic be placed side by side only with the support mission of the African Union (MISCA) without any support mission of the European Union and the UNO.