Civilians continued to suffer mistreatment in territories controlled by armed groups see section 1. The president reappointed Faustin Touadera as prime minister at the head of a member cabinet. Suspects in police and in Bozoum Prostitute cells had to depend on family, friends, religious groups, and NGOs for food. On June 29, the OCDH provided Ndarata with a lawyer and lodged a in Bozoum Prostitute against those who authorized and perpetrated the torture. The gendarmes held her for three days but refused to provide her food because they feared in Bozoum Prostitute alleged powers. The rapid intervention squad of the presidential guard responded to the scene and dispersed the crowd by firing weapons into the air. These limitations contributed to widespread ignorance about human rights and the means of redress for abuses.