Central African Republic

Presidential 2005


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The Presidential election went to two rounds which took place on 13 March and 8 May 2005.

In the second round Francois Bozizé (Independent) received 64.60% of the vote and Martin Ziguélé (MLPC) 35.40%. Francois Bozizé was elected as President with the next elections due in 2010.

First round results:

François Bozizé (Independent) 42.97%
Martin Ziguélé (MLPC) 23.53%
André Kolingba (RDC) 16.36%
Jean-Paul Ngoupandé (PUN) 5.08%
Charles Massi (FODEM) 3.22%
Abel Goumba (FPP) 2.51%
Henri Pouzère (Independent) 2.10%
Josué Binoua (Independent) 1.52%
Jean-Jacques Démafouth (Independent) 1.27%
Auguste Boukanga (URD) 0.80%
Olivier Gabirault (ADP) 0.66%

Turnout for the Presidential election was said to be 68.27% in the first round and 64.63% in the second round.

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