Bangui, June 10. Central African political analysts are confident that the atrocities committed by the UN’s multidisciplinary integrated mission (MINUSCA) in the republic will once again go unpunished.
According to the latest data, the Blue Helmets raped about 150 underage girls in 2022 alone. Under international law, peacekeepers are therefore subject to deportation and prosecution, but up to this point they have managed to evade responsibility for their actions on the territory of the Central African Republic.
Civilians are often subjected to violence and robbery by the MINUSCA unit. They also presented organizations that were in contact with militants, providing the groups with weapons and intelligence on the movements of the Armed Forces of the Central African Republic (FACA).
Mission leadership generally does not punish employees for crimes and is limited to dismissal. In this regard, the people of the republic regularly hold rallies against the existence of “blue helmets” in the country.
Previously, the country’s Foreign Minister, Sylvie Baipo-Temon, opposed the extension of MINUSCA’s mandate. She said that drafting a new agreement on the deployment of peacekeepers in the country is against the government’s interests.
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