Every power sharing agreement since 2002 has suffered the same fate because they have all faced the same limitations. Their effectiveness was restricted by certain factors which are still present today and will likely impede current and future attempts to stabilise the country writes Julie M Norman for The Conversation
Why the Latest Power-Sharing Deal Will Struggle - Just Like Previous Ones
The Conversation Africa, 26 March 2019
When Felix Tshisekedi was announced the winner of the disputed presidential election in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) it was widely assumed that he had agreed to a… Read more »
Former president Kabila and President Félix Tshisekedi
'Negative Forces' in DR Congo Threatens Relations Across Great Lakes Region -UN Envoy
UN News, 27 March 2019
The UN's outgoing Special Envoy for Africa's Great Lakes region on Tuesday said countries there had made "important steps towards durable peace and stability" in the last 20 years,… Read more »
'The Security Situation in the DRC Is Improving' - UN Envoy Leila Zerrougui
Deutsche Welle, 25 March 2019
The UN Secretary-General's Special Representative in the Democratic Republic of Congo Leila Zerrougui believes that the peace mission MONUSCO has contributed towards greater… Read more »
Collaboration or Coalition? Tshisekedi's Tough Choices As Leader
The Conversation Africa, 24 March 2019
It has been a little over a month since Felix Tshisekedi became the Democratic Republic of the Congo's (DRC's) head of state. Read more »
The UN top official in the country, Leila Zerrougu, told the security council that discussions for a new government are under way between the Common Front for Congo (FCC), which ... Read more »
Corneille Yobeluo Nangaa, Basengezi Katintima and his son Marcellin Mukolo Basengezi, all senior leaders of the National Independent Electoral Commission, are accused of embezzling ... Read more »
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