Congo RDC Congolese Today The UN shoot on civilians in the east of the DRC

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    It was the 17/06/2016, the seven helicopters of the United Nations forces in the DRC (Monusco: un mission for the security and stability in the DRC), fired rockets prohibited on civilians, Congolese and rwandan hutu refugees, in the villages Of canabutaka and surrounding area, in locality mubirubiru, grouping kihondo, community bwito, territory rutchuru, province of north kivu. This operation was the rebels fdlr (Democratic Forces for the liberation of Rwanda) presents in this area. The helicopters fired rockets while depositing the un troops on the ground, two women are dead on the field to which Mrs Elizabeth and several wounded men women and children, including: 1) Mrs. Manyuriza, a woman, her nipples cut off by the Splinters of the rocket; 2) a child of more or less five years suffering from a severe fracture of the leg; 3) Mr Kigingi Sendugu of more or less 27 years old, his four fingers cut off and his leg badly Hurt my knee; 4) mweretse manyuriza; 5) Mr Rukirande, both his legs cut off by the Jr Rockets; 5) Mrs. Madamu fone shot in the belly of where abortion; (6) 2 children injured Separated from their parents which is why we don’t know their names; 7) several disappeared among the local civilian population (wounded or dead). All these injuries have been transferred to the health centre of nyanzare. The helicopters of the monusco also have evacuated many wounded civilians at the time of the operation, which lasted more than 6 hours; noise of helicopters and resounding rockets during the progression of airborne troops on the ground. The Local Red Cross (grouping kihondo) with its leader Mr. Imani Jean + 243899870921 has acted a little late and have buried a dead woman to bucanataka 18/06/2016, promising to the families victims of identify victims and continue his work on 19/06/2016 In search of others wounded or dead in the villages bombed or in the surrounding scrub. These members of the red cross are back on the ground on 19/06/2016 as promised and have collected the jr rockets fired by the helicopters and other indices of the drama, such as the blood of the dead or injured, musical instruments damaged in the Temples and the property of the people destroyed by the helicopters monusco firing Rockets.
    The International Community should intervene in favor of international humanitarian law and the victim population, while taking measures against this despicable act (shoot the targets civilians). The United Nations should compensate the families of victims and condemn criminals (war crimes and crimes against humanity).
    Below the photos of the members of the local red cross from the funeral of a woman victim to kiyeye / canabutaka on 18/06/2016.

    #26667

    Two things come to disturb the court record of the former governor of Katanga. There is first the disappearance of Ms. Wazuri Ramazani, a former Justice Chair of Kamalondo Peace Court in Lubumbashi, which was recently sent to the Congolese authorities a letter in which it retracts into the judgment against Moses Katumbi to three years’ imprisonment and disqualification. As if that was not enough and before
    joy or anger tears dry, now the agents of the judicial order of the same court of peace disappear with important documents, especially all the criminal files concerning the said trial between the former governor to Alexandros Stoupis, concerning a building located in the town of Kapemba.

    The communiqué issued yesterday in the media by the Court of Appeal of Lubumbashi, under the signature of the Registrar Main Ildefonso Ngoy Tangiza Mata, who denounced these facts, scandalized public opinion for several reasons. From the outset, observers do not understand
    the eagerness with which the Principal Registrar of the Court of Appeal of Lubumbashi responded while taking the fact advance the cause of one of the parties to the trial.

    Now, according to the general principles of law and criminal procedure, in view of the seriousness of the facts, it is the general Lubumbashi parquet initiate preliminary investigations in advance to know the ins and outs of this business. What
    allow investigators to determine responsibility for each other. To date, we do not know the whereabouts of Ms. Ramazani Wazuri. Is she dead or in exile? It is the mystery.

    Then, when the criminal files of the trial concerning Moses Katumbi find themselves? This would be the normal procedure that the Prosecutor General at the Court of Appeal of Lubumbashi could have followed instead of deciding without evidence. Accusing Moses Katumbi have implemented a network to disappear judges, graft and especially criminal cases concerning officers without having investigated, the same Court of Appeal went quickly suspecting “promise outside asylum the officials of the judiciary in positioning of evil. ”

    disturbing confession of the Court of Appeal
    Another fact that trouble the consciences is none other than the
    recognition of the letter written by the presiding judge of the Court
    Peace Lubumbashi in which it denounces the lack of consideration
    the bottom of this case between Moses Katumbi against Alexandros
    Stoupis. Yet another central government authority had taxed
    false because addressed to the Minister of Justice instead of the first
    President of the Higher Judicial Council.
    A dispatch from Radio Okapi captured yesterday evening in Kinshasa
    indicates that seven clerks Kamalondo Peace Court had
    arrest. Late at night, three of them were
    released. We hope the interrogations to be carried out will
    illuminate the religion of the people to restore the truth about this
    case that tears the nation.

    #26668

    The Committee of International Development ‘International Development Committee “(IDC) visit the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) since Monday, 4 July 2016. This parliamentary group led by Stephen Twigg meet members of the Congolese government, the president of the National Assembly and members of the parliamentary groups.

    To believe the press release received by the newspaper Le Phare, other meetings are planned with the economic actors of the private sector and the international development assistance community. “The other important aspect of this visit is to see on the ground, the impact of programs funded by the British government,” says one in the document.

    Also, these elected officials will visit the provinces of Kasai Central and North Kivu, where they will visit the large portfolio of UK aid programs in the areas of water and sanitation, the fight against malaria, education, development sector
    Private and finally peace and stability programs.

    On the sidelines of many field visits, the members of the British Parliament will also meet with the governors of two provinces they visit.

    With an annual budget of around £ 150 million bilateral aid to development in the past five years, the DRC is the 5th largest investment of British cooperation in Africa. What justifies the interest of British MPs to visit
    DRC.

    About IDC, it should be noted that monitors policy, administration and expenditure of UK Aid through the UK Department for International Cooperation (DFID) and its associated public bodies, and focuses on policies and procedures
    multilateral agencies and non-governmental organizations recipients of contributions from DFID.

    The Committee is composed of eleven members of the backbench Parliament. The Committee Chairman is Stephen Twigg MP, deputy Labor Party Liverpool West Derby.

    The International Development Committee was established in 1997 in response to the creation of the British Cooperation / DFID (formerly the Overseas Development Administration).

    #26669

    The Study Centre for Social Action (CEPAS) houses, from Monday 20 to Friday, June 24, 2016, the project coordination meeting RAF 0041 on “Sharing experience in preventive maintenance of nuclear facilities.” Twenty-four experts from different nationalities eighteen countries take part. These include: Algeria, Benin, Burkina Faso, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mauritania, Niger, of the United Republic of Tanzania, Tunisia, Sudan, Zambia, Zimbabwe and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

    The opening ceremony was marked by four speeches delivered respectively by the General Commissioner for Atomic Energy and the National Liaison Officer, Professor Vincent Lukanda Mwamba, the National Coordinator AFRA, Professor Sébastien Luyindula Ndiku, the expert the international Atomic energy Agency (IAEA), Yacouba Diawara and the Deputy Director of the office of the Minister of Scientific and technological Research.

    Nuclear power at the base of the socio-economic development of most advanced countries called

    In his welcome address, the Commissioner General for Atomic Energy and the National Liaison Officer, Professor Vincent Lukanda Mwamba, began by thanking the International Agency of Atomic Energy for choosing the DR Congo to host the last meeting coordination registered under the RAF0041 project. To this end, he reassured him of the availability of this country to its infrastructure and resources for the training of the African elite in the field of nuclear science and technology.

    Going back to history, Professor Vincent Lukanda Mwamba recalled that a few years ago, nuclear world going for the third time in its history, by a major accident: the nuclear disaster at Fukushima Daiichi. This accident will dominate for a long debates on bienfondés of nuclear energy in the world. Although primarily due to natural events, this accident does not diminish the potential of civil nuclear energy and its many benefits to humanity.

    According to the Commissioner General for Atomic Energy and the National Liaison Officer, today nuclear energy is the basis of socio-economic development of most so-called “advanced” countries. His mastery, he stressed, is not only the evidence of national prestige, but also a technological expertise that puts all these nations at the head of world powers still have a say in the
    concert of nations.

    Behind every accident, observed Professor Vincent Lukanda Mwamba is either man or technology that are suspected to be the cause. Hence, according to him, the importance of this meeting. For it is time to exchange on the role of preventive maintenance of scientific and medical instruments. Science, he noted, is nothing without experience, and scientific experience is based 80% on the quality of the equipment. To give a really satisfactory results, measuring equipment should be subject to serious maintenance program, both in terms of preventive maintenance and in terms of curative maintenance.

    Professor Vincent Lukanda Mwamba rest finally convinced that over the four years of the RAF 0041 project every African country was able to make the best of it, endowing its resource maintenance laboratories both human and instrumental . His most ardent wish: at the close of 0041 RAF project, that our continent has had time to train its managers to meet the challenges of having expertise in place to deal with many maintenance problems still posed scientific instruments in our country.

    #26670

    The uncertainty over the survival of the political party “Union for the development of Congo,” and fears expressed by some supporters Baudouin Banza Mukalay, the dislocation of their party, have given way in recent times, in faith the aftermath. And for good reason !

    The Union for the Development of Congo, party allied to the Majority
    presidential, orphaned after the death of its president
    national, Baudouin Banza Mukalay Sungu, last May, comes in
    Indeed, to find a new guardian, one who intends to
    his energy and his intelligence for the survival of this
    political, for the revitalization of its activities and
    continuation of its implementation program in other provinces
    from the country.
    This multifaceted gem whose name rarely filtered
    in political circles, is as it should be reported, the
    Honorary Governor of the Central Bank of Congo, Jean-Claude
    Masangu Mulongo. Hopes that suddenly has to raise
    within the UDCO, when dry the tears of activists and
    frames, are the size of its determination to make a
    Party flagship of the Presidential Majority. If no obstacle strewn
    the path that will lead to his enthronement as head of the UDCO, and
    official presentation, it is believed that the man we
    surprises with its political facet, had certainly taken before
    the extent of its future responsibilities and even political leader
    arduous and difficult tasks ahead to federate
    skills and revive militancy in the UDCO.
    Already in his favor, favorable echoes are heard here and there and
    other political leaders believe that to fill the void in the
    UDCO the head, Jean-Claude Masangu is the leader and which need
    will bring some new energy in its march towards the conquest of
    power.
    For political analysts, Jean-Claude Masangu, best known for
    its discretion, would be the ideal leader whose characteristic
    key is efficiency in its action programs. It is known
    that even for a political formation of the scale of the UDCO it
    ensure that the basic tenets of orthodox management are
    scrupulously respected executives more responsibility
    differ in their spheres of activity. He is the defender
    hard to the famous formula of “the right man in the place it
    must. ”
    But beyond its very particular character traits, the new
    guardian UDCO remains an open man and that has meaning
    pronounced relationships. With him, the UDCO will weave the web of his
    partnerships with African and European political parties
    pursuing the same objectives. What would be good for
    this political anxious to expand its visibility
    outside national boundaries.
    However, it suggests that his inauguration in command of
    the UDCO could take place before the fortieth day after the
    loss of its moral authority Baudouin Banza Mukalay.