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appointments to the Constitutional Court are, according to the lawyer, “legal”

It's the legal reopening on Thursday, October 15th. On Wednesday, President Felix Tshisekedi received the members of the Office of the Supreme Magistrates' Council, while the conflict continues with the presidents of the two chambers over the appointment of two constitutional judges by presidential decree. At the exit in front of the press, the Attorney General near the Constitutional Court and the Head of Delegation assured that these appointments were made in accordance with the Constitution. Why this framing? "The…

UNESCO patron inaugurates an online school

Exchanges with the Congolese head of state Denis Sassou Nguesso, whose country is requesting the inclusion of Rumba on the list of the intangible heritage of humanity; signing cooperation agreements and visits to a sickle cell treatment center: the visit of Audrey Azoulay, Director-General of Unesco, had almost no rest on Wednesday in Brazzaville, where she inaugurated a channel education network in a high school. as reported from Brazzaville It is during the songs and dances of the teachers and students that Madame…

Demonstration by the opposition spread by the police

Prohibited by Kinshasa municipality, the march, organized by the opposition on Wednesday, was dispersed by police with tear gas. Opponent Martin Fayulu could not go to the equalizer. From our correspondent in Kinshasa, While Martin Fayulu and his activists met in a square in a popular district east of the capital Congoleserat 8 local time the demonstration did not last long. Following the decision of the city governor, who had banned this march, the police had already mobilized early in the morning. Activists trying…

what about uncertainty in Lubumbashi Police

Police are making sure that crime has dropped over the last seven months thanks to the strengthening of patrols and the cooperation of the population. But civil society has the opposite view. For her, insecurity is still persistent in Lubumbashi. Every day, she records cases of burglary, sometimes accompanied by murder and rape. with our correspondent in Lubumbashi, For the provincial commissioner of Haut Katanga, crime in Lubumbashi is halved compared to last year. For example, cases of armed robbery have increased…

The IMF is rather pessimistic about the recovery of the economy in African countries

If the global economy recovers, the rise to pre-crisis activity levels is likely to be long, erratic and uncertain, the International Monetary Fund said in its economic forecast released at its autumn meetings. . Return to activity will be particularly difficult for certain new and developing countries, where infections are growing rapidly. But also for the African countries that relied on their oil exports or tourism to come back. Sub-Saharan Africa could experience its first recession in 25 years. After 3.2% growth…

At least 12 people were killed New violence bled the Benishangul-Gumuz region

At least 12 people were killed on Monday, October 12, by unidentified gunmen in the western Benishangul-Gumuz region of the country. A new drama like several massacres with sometimes ethnic overtones has bled this area in recent months. as reported from Nairobi, Local authorities insist: the killing has no ethnic roots. However, the versions differ. Melese Beyene, a spokeswoman for the regional state, spoke of an "act of revenge after the murder of an official's brother". Gashu Dugaz, head of the peace and security…

Writer of Courage Prize awarded to imprisoned journalist Amanuel Asrat

A prestigious literary prize was awarded on Monday night to Eritrean poet and journalist Amanuel Asrat, who has been missing from a prison in his country since September 2001. It is the British poet of Jamaican origin, Linton Kwesi Johnson, winner of the PEN Harold Prize Pinter 2020 awarded by the Founding Club of the Famous Writers' Circle, which in his absence presented him with the International Prize for Writer of Courage. Amanuel Asrat is one of the oldest political prisoners in the world and is said to be one of the…

“We monitor daily government spending” (IGF)

The Treasury General is on all hot topics of the hour: civil servant pay, exceptions, answers to covid, Go pass, Bukanda Lonzo ... This institution, which relies on the presidency of the republic, is currently carrying out current 34 control missions including 26 in Kinshasa. However, it only has about forty inspectors still active ... IGF has not recruited for thirty years. The need is so much more urgent, as the Inspector General of Finance now daily checks all the revenue and expenditure of the state to prevent abuse.…

the Norwegian Financial Supervisory Authority on all fronts

The Financial Supervisory Authority is on all hot topics: pay officials, exemptions, responses to Covid-19, Go pass, Bukanda Lonzo ... This institution, which relies on the Presidency of the Republic, is currently carrying out 34 control missions, including 26 in Kinshasa . However, it only has about forty inspectors still active. IGF has not recruited for thirty years. But, and this is a small revolution, with the support of the firm Price Waterhouse Cooper, it must in the coming weeks recruit about sixty inspectors.…

students returning to school after seven months at home

Officially, more than 1.3 million students, from kindergarten to high school, have returned to the path on Monday, October 12, at the start of the 2020-2021 school year. All in all, they are happy to return to their places of learning after seven months of forced leave due to coronavirus, whose cases have dropped significantly in the country. But their joy is somewhat ruined by the hassle of transportation. as reported from Brazzaville, His parents dropped him off by car early in the morning at Chaminade High School,…

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