The Committee for the Transition and Restoration of Institutions in Gabon has announced a timetable for the transition period, which is set to conclude in August 2025. The government is expected to balance the expectations of the people and meet the demands of the international community to avoid aid suspension. The timetable includes a presidential election, a referendum to adopt a new constitution, and electoral code reform. However, critics argue that the military will be judged by their actions, and the feasibility of the timetable will be decided by the Gabonese people during a national dialogue in April 2024.
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