The Congolese Movement for Renewal (MR), the National Party Clement Kanku MP and the Union for the Nation (UN), mobilize the people of Kinshasa for the Rally of the meeting scheduled on 31 July. In a statement released yesterday, the UN and the MR reiterate their unwavering support for Etienne Tshisekedi, who walked the land of his ancestors on Wednesday 27 July, after a long stay in Brussels. Moreover, Clement Kanku recalls his letter of Monday 25 July, in which he sounded the alarm about the need for the opposition, as a whole, to come together to raise a clear option.
UNION PRESS RELEASE FOR THE NATION AND MOVEMENT FOR RENEWAL
The Union for the Nation and the Movement for Renewal thank the Kinshasa population, in particular, and the Congolese people as a whole, for the warm welcome to the President of the Council of Elders of the National Assembly and President of the Union for Democracy and Social Progress, Dr Etienne Tshisekedi and wish him a good return on the land of his ancestors which certainly falls within the dynamics of the emergence of a democratic change expected by all of our people.
The Union for the Nation and the Movement for Renewal invite the public to respond massively to rally this July 31, 2016.
Once again, the Union for the Nation reiterates its concern as set out in its open letter of 25 juillet2016 addressed to the whole of the political opposition.
Moreover, the Union for the Nation and the Movement for Renewal followed with great interest the Communication of the Movement spokesman for the Liberation of Congo, MLC acronym, broadcast on dated 28 July 2016. Its content caught our attention and we take note.
However, the Union for the Nation and the Movement for Renewal recall that the MLC is the initiator of the meeting with the Facilitator, Mr. Edem Kodjo and he mastered the contours.
Because of this discrepancy with our ally, the Union for the Nation and the Movement for Renewal believe that a meeting is needed to clear up any misunderstandings.
Done at Kinshasa, 28 July 2016
Spokesperson Movement for Renewal (MR)
Mrs. Gisèle Tshilombo