Joseph Kabila Opponents To Meet In SA

Republic of Congo’s top opposition leader and different figures contradicted to long-lasting President Joseph Kabila are meeting in South Africa to assemble a coalition ahead of long-delayed elections in the turbulent, resource-rich country.

Agents gathering at a resort inn close Johannesburg said on Monday that they would cooperate to choose Moise Katumbi, who fled DRC in 2016 in the midst of legitimate inconveniences that he said were created to prevent him from testing Kabila.

Opposition activist Germain Kabemba said the aim of the meeting is to “fight against those who want to maintain power” and to “accelerate the process of democracy” in DRC.

Last week, the UN Security Council condemned violence during nationwide protests in DRC in February against Kabila’s extended rule and urged all parties to ensure that a presidential election occurs December 23.


Written by How South Africa

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