Saturday , April 1 2023

1 DWC died in the post-election violence


At least one person died in the Democratic Republic of the Congo following local election protests.

Members of the Democracy and Social Progress Party disputed Friday's voting results at a regional meeting on the streets. As a result of the election, many people go to the opposition general congress in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and to President Joseph Campina for a long time.

A police officer was killed in the province of Kasai-Oriental.

In Kinshasa, protesters reportedly attacked the Kabulah headquarters.

Kabila won Felix Tshysekei, the head of the Department for Democracy and Social Progress, in January after the election.

Friday results will eliminate the forces of Tshisekedi. The new president pledged to break Kabul's 18-year rule.

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