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Already a French colony, it was held as a presidential republic until the coup d’etat of 1 January 1966 by Marshal Bokassa, who on 4 December 1976 proclaimed himself emperor. The Republic was restored with the coup d’etat of September 20, 1979 which overthrew Bokassa I. According to the Constitution of 2004, which replaces the one approved in 1995, the country is a semi-presidential republic; the President of the Republic is elected by universal suffrage for 5 years and the National Assembly appoints the Prime Minister. The judicial system is based on French law. The Supreme Court represents the last instance of judgment and is based in Bangui, while the High Courts of Justice are present in all the districts. The death penalty is in force, but executions have not taken place since 1981. The armed forces are made up of the army and air force, and the gendarmerie is present throughout the country. Military service is carried out on a selective basis and lasts for 2 years. The compulsory schooling lasts from 6 to 14 years: primary school lasts 6 years, while secondary school 7. In 1995 the illiteracy rate was 40%; unfortunately, the political and social crises, which hit the country in the 1990s. XX, caused an arrest of the disbursement of funds to schools causing an increase in illiteracy which in 2006 stood at 51.4%. Higher education is given at Bangui University, established in 1970. According to COUNTRYAAH, Central African Republic is a nation in Central Africa, the capital city of which is Bangui. The latest population of Central African Republic is 4,829,778. REMZFAMILY: Lists and descriptions of main religions and beliefs in Central African Republic, including religion demographics and statistics on Christianity, Islam, Judaism, etc.

GEOGRAPHY
The country is formed by an area of ​​plateaus of archaeozoic rocks, peneplanate surfaces of a large anticline that separates the depressions of Chad and Congo and which, towards the east, borders the Nile basin. The maximum altitude of these plateaus, crossed by the valleys of the rivers that tend in the opposite direction towards the two great depressions, is approx. 600-800 m. They rise towards the E in some massifs (Mount Bongos, 1400 m, and Mount Gaouraa, 1275 m), formed by Horst which are inserted between the Chadian and Nilotic basins. AW the territory welcomes the last offshoots of the Adamaoua mountains, which have their highest peak in Mount Ngaoui (1410 m). Hydrographically, the territory is divided, as mentioned, into two sides: on the one hand the tributary rivers of the Oubangui (and therefore of the Congo), on the other the tributary rivers of the Chari (and of Lake Chad). The former, including Lobaye, Kotto and Mbomou (Bomu), are richer in water, since the southern slope falls within the equatorial climate area, while the northern one, drained by the Fafa, Gribingui and Bamingui rivers, belongs rather to the Sudanese area. In fact, rainfall varies from 1600 mm in the southern section to 700 mm per year in the northern one, where the dry season is relatively prolonged. Altitude and continentality somewhat attenuate temperatures, which however have seasonal and daily variations that are sensitive for an equatorial country; although the annual average remains at 25 ° C, the characteristics are those of the Sudanese-Guinean tropical climate, with very marked changes in temperature during the dry season, when in Bangui night lows between 7 ° C and 10 ° C are recorded, while during the day it exceeds 40 ° C.

TOEFL Test Centers in Central African Republic

The revised TOEFL Paper-delivered Test is offered in this location. The list below shows testing regions, fees and dates as of February 15, 2019, but availability may change when you register. Fees are shown in US$ and are subject to change without notice. To find the most up-to-date list of available test centers and dates when registration is open, click… Read More »