Central African Republic presidential election, 1981
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The election was won by Dacko, who had been restored back to the Presidency as part of Operation Barracuda, which overthrew Emperor Jean-Bédel Bokassa. Dacko tried to pose as the inheritor of Barthélemy Boganda, the national hero who founded the country.
|David Dacko||Central African Democratic Union||374,027||51.10|
|Ange-Félix Patassé||Movement for the Liberation of the Central African People||283,739||38.77|
|Henri Maïdou||Republican Progress Party||24,007||3.28|
|Abel Goumba||Oubanguian Patriotic Front||10,512||1.44|
- Titley, Brian (1997). Dark Age: The Political Odyssey of Emperor Bokassa. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press. ISBN 0-7735-1602-6.
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