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new controversy following a dismissal at Brazzaville CHU

The president of the Intersyndicale du Center hospitalier universitaire (CHU) de Brazzaville, who has long condemned the poor management of the Canadian management of this company, was fired as an agent. A decision poorly digested by his colleagues who demand his recovery and threaten to strike. From our correspondent in Brazzaville, According to the dismissal note signed by the new Director General of the CHU, Denis Bernard Raiche, Victor Bienvenu Kouama is accused in particular of making insulting remarks and making…

The AFDCA platform moves away from the FCC to get closer to the UDPS

In the DRC, political lines seem to be shifting, especially on the side of the JRC platform of former President Joseph Kabila. The leader of the Alliance of Democratic Forces in the Congo and Allies (AFDCA), Modeste Bahati Lukwebo, has in fact been declared persona non grata by tenors of the FCC. But he can count on a large number of elected officials and has no intention of letting it go, even if it means getting closer to President Tshisekedi's UDPS. as reported from Kinshasa, Most recently in Goma, AFDC supporters…

at the EU summit, all concerns were put on the table

The political dialogue between the DRC and the European Union ended on Tuesday. For two days, about ten ministers and the Ambassador of the European Union and his team had the opportunity to address all common concerns. Open and honest discussions, both sides say. The organization of an annual dialogue is one of the provisions of Cotonou Agreement, but in the Congo it had not been held since 2009. Note this DRC complained that the Directive ofEuropean Unionon the imposition of sanctions against companies that buy minerals…

Chad publicizes army reinforcement for G5 Sahel

Chad will quickly mobilize one other army contingent to strengthen the joint energy of the G5 Sahel. The announcement was made on Monday night time in Nouakchott on the shut of the eighth Odd Session of the Organizing Council of Chadian Overseas Ministers. Chad will quickly mobilize one other army contingent of about 1,000…

Tshisekedi travels to Goma to talk about security and development

Congolese President Félix Tshisekedi has been in Goma since Monday, October 5, when he was received by thousands of activists at the airport. It has been a long time since this visit was postponed, it was to take place in the framework of a sub-regional summit, which was finally to take place at a video conference. It is especially the UDPS, the Presidential Party, that toured the Goma districts to mobilize for this visit. But other parties were represented in the crowd, such as Bahati Lukwebo, who officially belongs to…

central bank reveals financial report for 2019

This is a first, the central bank of the Democratic Republic of Congo has published the audit of its annual accounts per. December 31, 2019, performed for the first time by the auditing firm Deloitte on its website. It was a demand from the IMF that demands more transparency from the country. Not surprisingly, the general government account was in the red per. 31 December 2019. But this report reveals the existence of about thirty sub-accounts, the creditors themselves, which could have been used to compensate for this…

Alpha Condé urges its supporters not to give in to violence

During a meeting at the People's Palace on Saturday, President Alpha Condé urged his supporters not to become violent in the run-up to the October 18 election as political tensions escalate. as reported from Conakry, Two weeks fromthe presidential electionthat President of Guinea, who is fighting for a controversial third term, met at the People's Palace, seat of the National Assembly in Conakry. “We know the plot for our opponents! We know a person's plan. They will on the 18th, at. 18, declare victorious and seek…

Should we combine the Chadian legislative and presidential elections?

The headquarters of the political parties in Chad are discussing how the two upcoming elections will be organized. Should we combine the presidential and legislative elections or organize them separately, as has always been the case in Chad? The issue of linking the presidential election to the legislative election is an old debate, but it came back a few weeks ago during a meeting between the Independent National Electoral Commission (Céni), the national framework for political dialogue and the head of state.…

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