Comoros. Violence erupted on the island of Nzwani (Anjouan) ahead of the local presidential elections in June. The incumbent President Mohamed Bacar refused to step down, even though his term in office had expired. Nzwani’s paramilitary police force attacked the Union troops sent to the island to ensure that the elections could be conducted. At least two soldiers were killed. Bacar, described by some analysts as a separatist leader, eventually agreed to leave the presidential post in order to stand for re-election. But when Union President Ahmed Abdallah Sambi decided to postpone the election on Nzwani, Bacar ignored it. He still held the election June 10, claiming he won and installed as president. The election was annulled by the Comorian Constitutional Court. On the other two major islands, the June 10 local presidential elections quietly proceeded. Mohamed Abdouloihabi, former minister and chief of staff at Sambi, won the election at Njazidja (Grand Comore). At Mwali, businessman Mohamed Ali Said was elected president.
- According to abbreviationfinder: KM is the 2-letter acronym for the country of Comoros.
According to CountryAAH, Moroni is the capital city of Comoros. The African Union (AU), which sent soldiers and election overseers to Nzwani, imposed sanctions on the island’s leadership in October-November to try to push new elections there. Bacar demanded that the elections be redone in all the islands. He refused to negotiate with the AU, which extended the sanctions. No settlement was reached in 2007.
French mercenary Bob Denard, known for leading several coups in the Comoros and other African countries, passed away in October. Denard, who turned 78, had been sentenced to four years in prison as late as July for his participation in the coup attempt in the Comoros in 1995. The verdict came after an appeal; the mercenary had previously been sentenced to five years in prison in a lower court.
COMOROS. – Starting from 6 July 1975, the archipelago, after having acquired internal autonomy in 1961 and following the referendum of December 1974, became an independent republic. The surface is 1797 km 2 with a population of 211,500 residents at the 1966 census (Grande Comore 1148 km 2 and 128,500 residents, Anjouan 359 km 2 and 83,500 residents, Mohéli 290 km 2 and 9525 residents). Estimates of 1974 make the population rise to 258,000 residents The capital is Moroni (11,500 residents In 1966), located on the Grande Comore. The economy is essentially agricultural; among the most important products there are vanilla, sisal, coconuts, various perfume plants, as well as crops for local food; animal husbandry is also practiced. The Comoros are part of the UN.
Comoros weather in March, April and May
Daily temperatures averaging 30 to 31 ° C can be expected over the next three months. The temperatures hardly fluctuate during this time.
Do you want to go on a beach holiday? The water temperatures are in March, April and May 27-28 ° C. This is great weather for a great time on the beach and in the water.
In March, at about 18 days of expected precipitation in April at about 18 days in May at about 12 days.
In the period from March to May, the sun shines an average of 6 to 8 hours a day. The sunniest weather is in May in Moroni, but with less sun you will have to get by in April.