Human Rights Watch says none of the 14 individuals sanctioned by the European Union in 2018 have been investigated or held legally responsible for their alleged rights violations, and there is no indication that they will act differently under a new administration.
Riots in Kinshasa (file photo).
Congo-Kinshasa: Letter to EU On Targeted Sanctions Against Rights Abusers
HRW, 12 November 2019
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First imposed in 2016, and renewed in 2017, the EU has extended sanctions on presidential hopeful Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary and fifteen other top officials until 2019. Read more »