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Central African Republic Cities by Population


37 cities shown of 37 total Central African Republic cities that are over 1,000 in population...

1. Bangui 542,393
2. Bimbo 129,655
3. Mbaiki 67,132
4. Berberati 61,815
5. Kaga Bandoro 56,520
6. Bozoum 40,201
7. Carnot 38,071
8. Sibut 34,267
9. Bambari 32,547
10. Bria 29,027
11. Bouar 28,581
12. Bossangoa 27,428
13. Nola 26,809
14. Bangassou 24,361
15. Damara 20,093
16. Mobaye 19,431
17. Paoua 18,441
18. Boda 16,655
19. Ippy 16,571
20. Batangafo 15,310
21. Alindao 14,234
22. Zemio 14,000
23. Kabo 13,637
24. Rafai 13,459
25. Bouca 13,250
26. Obo 12,887
27. Ndele 11,764
28. Kembe 11,513
29. Mongoumba 10,885
30. Birao 10,178
31. Gamboula 7,646
32. Kouango 7,529
33. Baoro 6,319
34. Boali 5,876
35. Ouadda 5,434
36. Gambo 4,971
37. Ouango 4,365





Central African Republic History

The first fair democratic elections were held in 1993 with resources provided by the country's donors and help from the UN Office for Electoral Affairs. They brought Ange-Flix Patass to power, but President Patass lost popular support and was overthrown by French-backed General Franois Boziz in 2003. General Boziz won a democratic election in May 2005.

Inability to pay workers in the public sector led to strikes in 2007, forcing the resignation of the government in early 2008. A new Prime Minister, Faustin-Archange Touadra, was named on January 22, 2008.

The Central African Republic is one of the poorest countries in the world and among the ten poorest countries in Africa.

In 2001 The Ecologist magazine estimated that Central African Republic is the world's leading country in sustainable development.







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