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Who wrote the Central African national anthem (lyrics and music)?
When was the national anthem of Central African Republic officially adopted?
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The National anthem of Central African Republic is “Le Renaissance” which means in English “The Renaissance”.
Central African Republic’s anthem lyrics were written by Barthelemy BOGANDA and the music was written by Herbert PEPPER.
Adopted 1960; Barthelemy BOGANDA, Who Wrote The Anthem’s Lyrics, Was The First Prime Minister Of The Autonomous French Territory.
National anthem of Central African Republic free mp3 download
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(file source: cia world factbook).
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Central African anthem lyrics (English translation)
Oh! Central Africa, cradle of the Bantu!
Take up again your right to respect, to life!
Long subjugated, long scorned by all,
But, from today, breaking tyranny’s hold.
Through work, order and dignity
You reconquer your rights, your unity,
And to take this new step
The voice of our ancestors call us.
To work! In order and dignity,
In the respect for rights and in unity,
Breaking poverty and tyranny,
Holding high the flag of the Fatherland.
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Central African Republic
Central African national symbol: elephant.
Conventional short form country name: none.
Conventional long form country name: Central African Republic.
Local short form country name: none.
Local long form country name: Republique Centrafricaine.
Former name of Central African Republic: Ubangi-Shari, Central African Empire.
Central African Republic Government Type: republic.
Republic is a representative democracy in which the people’s elected deputies (representatives), not the people themselves, vote on legislation.ֲ