Month: October 2017

Congo DRC Among the New member states of the Human Rights Council

On Sunday 15 October, in the evening, Marie-Ange Mushobekwa, the Minister for Human Rights, said she was optimistic. She believed, surely, in the accuracy of all the titanic work she had undertaken, since she had taken the bridles of her responsibilities at the head of this sector generally considered as problematic. Against all odds and tides, in spite of the whole hostile campaign, it appealed to the common sense of the Member States to vote in favour, particularly as regards the four States which were supposed to represent the African Group of the UN Human Rights Council. Result: after...

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Congolese Political Transition without Joseph Kabila

A certain effervescence has been observed for some time around a controversy centered on the implementation of a violent political campaign designed to convince the Congolese on the possibility of creating a transition that excludes from the head of the country the current President of the Republic, Joseph Kabila Kabange. Such a position, in the opinion of a Pro-Majority Analyst, does not respect the Constitution or the Agreement of 31 December 2017. If it had to be put into practice, how respecting a minimum of the general values ​​and rules of democracy? In this new and free forum whose...

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Congo DRC Wants the Human Rights Council Seat

In New York, he headed a large delegation consisting essentially of members of her cabinet as well as the Ambassador of Congo DRC in Geneva, Switzerland, Marie-Ange Mushobekwa, Minister of Human Rights, takes part today in the annual elections to fill the 47 seats of the Human Rights Council on Monday, 16 October 2017, in the margins of the 34th ordinary session of the General Assembly of the United Nations. Normally, Congo DRC, Angola, Senegal and Nigeria are on the “closed slate” to fill the four positions reserved for the African group in the UN Human Rights Council. Which...

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The Congolese President Joseph Kabila Meets with South African President

The Head of State of South Africa, among other things, expressed his support for the ongoing electoral process in the Democratic Republic of Congo. On Sunday 15 October 2017, Congolese President Joseph Kabila Kabange met with his South African counterpart, Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma, who arrived in Kinshasa the previous day. The meeting took place in the morning in the offices of the Palais de la Nation. From the joint communique issued at the end of the working session, it emerged that the two statesmen “exchanged views on the development of the political, security and economic situation in the SADC...

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Congolese Models

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