President Félix Tshisekedi, who still has not announced a decision after three weeks of national consultations, is he trying to interrupt members of the pro-Kabila majority to gain more powers? In any case, the relatives of the former president do not doubt it. On Monday, in a statement, the majority of Parliament condemned maneuvers that tend to reconfigure the forces in the National Assembly. What further crystallizes the distance between the two ruling coalitions.
as reported from Kinshasa, Pascal Mulegwa
Low-level maneuvers, corruption, justice in institutional matters.
The declaration is signed by 305 deputies, including Didier Manara: “It is unacceptable that the first woman elected to this high topic in 2020 is regularly subjected to extremely violent political harassment through attacks on her person and sexist comments from another age.”
FCC deputies also condemn the corruption used by them to overthrow the parliamentary majority without naming names. But the last few weeks have been good the presidential camp which has been designated. For the parliamentary majority, which is sometimes described as artificial by the camp opposite, this is unacceptable.
“FCC takes responsibility”
“To want to buy the conscience of a legitimate elected representative,” said Didi Manara, “is to weaken good governance and Congolese democracy, and to twist the will of the primary sovereign.” The parliamentary majority identified for the Common Front of the Congo will take responsibility and nothing will be done legally against it and without it. ”
Pro-Kabila does not intend to stay there, adds Didi Manara: “With all the evidence of corruption that it reserves, the common front of the Congo reserves the right to take legal action against the corrupt and the corrupt.”
On the UDPS side, we are talking about chimeras. If certain elected officials or pro-Kabila leaders approached the presidential camp during the consultations, according to a senior official, it is the fruit of an awareness of the danger facing the country.