Observers say they would not be surprised if Emmanuel Shadary, President Kabila's protégé, who served as Interior minister, were to be named prime minister in the new arrangement.
Felix Tshisekedi Is Declared Winner. Will He Fix Troubled DRC?
East African, 12 January 2019
The Democratic Republic of Congo is likely to go for a coalition government between the winner, Felix Tshisekedi's Union for Democracy and Social Progress (UDPS) and President… Read more »
Will This Election Change the DRC?
ISS, 15 January 2019
With the announcement this weekend that the Democratic Republic of the Congo's (DRC) ruling party had won a substantial majority in the national assembly, the picture of the DRC's… Read more »
Election Drama Builds in DRC
VOA, 15 January 2019
This is new territory for the Democratic Republic of Congo: the presidential election is over, and the nation appears poised to see its first-ever opposition president take power. Read more »
Africa Giving Examples to the World - Democratic Republic of Congo in Focus
Foroyaa, 14 January 2019
Lumumba was the first prime minister of the Democratic Republic of Congo. History however revealed that most African countries at Independence, did not have sovereign people whose… Read more »
Western skepticism is growing over the DR Congo's presidential election results, with France bluntly calling them inconsistent with other findings, and former colonial power ... Read more »
The Southern African Development Community has appealed to poltical leaders in the Democratic Republic of the Congo "to consider a negotiated political settlement for an ... Read more »
The first democratic transfer of power to an opposition candidate in six decades of independence is on hold as anxious citizens of the Democratic Republic of Congo await the final ... Read more »
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