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Voting begins, marking completion of long democratic transition

IRIN - October 29, 2006

Joseph Kabila voting on October 29 2006Voting began on Sunday in the Democratic Republic of Congo in a presidential run-off marking the official completion of a transition from war to peace that began in 2003.
Polls Open in Post-War DRC Election

VOA News - October 29, 2006

Congo - electionsPolls have opened in a decisive second round, post-war presidential election in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Transitional President Joseph Kabila, the son of a slain coup leader, faces off against Vice President Jean Pierre Bemba, a former Uganda backed rebel.
The Congolese people won't accept a return to violence and destruction

Monuc - October 27, 2006

Ciat - KinshasaThe International Committee in Support of the Transition (CIAT*) invites the Congolese to participate en masse in the presidential and provincial elections on 29 October, 2006 and states that neither the Congolese people nor the international community will accept a return to violence and destruction in the country.
Election Observers in DRC Comment on Preparations for Sunday's Run-Off Vote

VOA News - October 27, 2006

Congo - electionsElection officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo are making final preparations before Sunday's presidential run-off election. Thousands of observers have deployed across the country to monitor the vote.
DRC Analysts Fear Election Outcome

VOA News - October 27, 2006

Jean-Pierre BembaThe large United Nations peacekeeping mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo has presented Sunday's run-off presidential election as a major historical breakthrough. But analysts still fear the outcome of the election.
UN Peacekeepers Free Ally of DRC's President from Rival Soldiers

VOA News - October 27, 2006

Nzanga MobutuAn ally of Congolese President Joseph Kabila has been freed from a radio station where he was trapped by soldiers loyal to the president's rival. United Nations peacekeepers freed Francois Mobutu Nzanga from his makeshift prison in the northern town of Gbadolite Friday.
I will not fight if I lose election - Bemba

IRIN - October 27, 2006

Jean-Pierre BembaCongolese Vice-President Jean-Pierre Bemba has said he will not return to war if he loses in a free and fair second-round presidential poll due on Sunday. "I will accept the decision of the ballot," he said on Thursday in the capital, Kinshasa.
DR Congo leader's ally 'trapped'

BBC News - October 26, 2006

Mobutu Nzanga Ngbangawe Francois JosephA key ally of DR Congo's President Joseph Kabila is trapped in an armed stand-off ahead of Sunday's election, according to UN sources. Nzanga Mobutu, son of late Congolese ruler Mobutu Sese Seko, was campaigning on behalf of President Kabila in Gbadolite, in the north of the country.
DRC Candidate Cancels Rally Following Violence

VOA News - October 26, 2006

Jean-Pierre BembaFormer rebel leader and presidential candidate in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Jean-Pierre Bemba, has canceled a stadium rally, following violence in the capital city, Kinshasa. He is facing current president, Joseph Kabila, in Sunday's run-off election.
Nine Inmates Wounded in Prison Clash With Congo Police

VOA News - October 26, 2006

Congo jailPrisoners and guards clashed in a Congolese prison Thursday, one day after a group of inmates escaped from the facility. The prison director says at least nine inmates were injured, three of them seriously, as guards moved to quell a riot at the prison in Congo's capital Kinshasa.







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