Author: Congo

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...

Read More

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...

Read More

How can we talk today about the peace of the Congo?

Free and incisive. She takes herself so seriously that she puts on love of her country, Congo for the advancement of society. Odette Babandoa Etoa, paraphrasing Ms BECHON, who said that “conflicts would be avoided and peace saved if the well-being of the people and the improvement of living conditions were the main objective of governments, Is peace the absence of war? Reflection. At the end of an outing held on September 21st, during the celebration of the International Day of Peace, at the Monusco facilities located at Camp Utex, right next to the French Embassy in La Gombe,...

Read More

Finding Solutions to Restore State Authority in Kasai Oriental

Kasai, Kasai Central, Kasai Oriental, Lomami and Sankuru will no longer suffer from the throes of militiamen operating under the Kamuina Nsapu label. The task has been difficult, but it is well done. Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Interior and Security, under President Kabila, completed the peace process in that part of the country. It is the forum on peace, reconciliation and development of the Great Kasai which is, in fact, the last phase of this marathon of peace. From September 19 to 21, in Kananga, capital of Central Kasai Province, officials, notables, customary chiefs and...

Read More

The Congolese Union for Democracy and Social Progress (UDPS)

The Union for Democracy and Social Progress (UDPS), a political party dear to the late President Etienne Tshisekedi wa Mulumba, brought together its activists from all over the capital to celebrate Wednesday, 20 September 2017 a year since the disappearance of its militants, in the night of 19 to 20 September 2017, to the permanence of Limete. On occasion, ETENI LONGONDO, UDPS Acting Secretary General, reiterated the position of the party, thus refuting any idea of ​​any third dialogue with the current government. He also explained the nature of the departure of Felix Tshisekedi and his delegation in New...

Read More

Congolese Models

Font Resize