DR Congo Opposition Party Pulls Support of Joint Candidate
In 2011, the opposition in the Democratic Republic of Congo failed to support one candidate against incumbent President Joseph Kabila, who won the election. In 2018, the opposition is keen to avoid repeating the same mistake and have placed their hopes on one man, Martin Fayulu. But opposition party Union for Democracy and Social Progress has rejected Fayulu, only a day after he was elected.
Deutsche Welle, 12 November 2018
Congolese opposition party UDPS has rejected Martin Fayulu as the main opposition candidate a day after he was picked. Now there are doubts whether the alliance will stand the test… Read more »
Congo-Kinshasa: The Factions That Make Up the Country's Fragmented Landscape
African Arguments, 15 June 2017
Explaining who's on whose side in the country's complex political mosaic. Read more »