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Congolese Rebels Reach Peace Accord Ahead of Elections

VOA News - July 27, 2006

Congo - ElectionsThe United Nations says rebels in the Democratic Republic of Congo have agreed to lay down their weapons in advance of Sunday's elections - the country's first multi-party balloting in more than 40 years.
UN mission says rights repression must stop

UN News Centre - July 27, 2006

Congolese votingAffirming that security forces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) have been routinely abusing journalists and other civilians since the start of its election campaign, the United Nations mission in the country (MONUC) calls for a guarantee of free speech and an end to impunity in a report released today.
UN Has Security Concerns for Congo's Elections

VOA News - July 26, 2006

UN official in CongoU.N. officials have expressed confidence in the overall success for Sunday's post-war election in the mineral-rich Democratic Republic of Congo, but have also raised several security concerns. Some political militants want the vote postponed, pockets of the Congo remain unstable, while many candidates are refusing to campaign.
Official Says Congo Elections Going Ahead Despite Violence, Boycott Threats

VOA News - July 25, 2006

UDPS Election protestCongo's Independent Electoral Commission says recent violence and threats of a boycott will not stop Sunday's national election. Commission Member Grace Lula tells VOA that commission police, along with troops from the European Union, are standing by to protect citizens at the polls.
Annan warns against political repression in lead-up to Congolese elections

UN News Centre - July 22, 2006

Kofi AnnanExpressing concern over reports of political repression in the lead-up to the historic elections in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) planned for 30 July, United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan today urged all Congolese, and especially the candidates, to ensure that the electoral process is free, fair and open.
Escaping the Conflict Trap in the Congo

Crisis Group - July 20, 2006

Congo's elections at the end of the month could set the stage for renewed violence unless Kinshasa and donors increase efforts to create a transparent and accountable government.


African Nations Say Congo Set for Free and Fair Elections

VOA News - July 18, 2006

Oscar KashalaA body of southern African nations, closely following the Democratic Republic of Congo's historic elections, says the poll later this month can be free and fair. Candidates are campaigning in the country's interior, violence erupted at a rally and complaints of irregularities continue.
Kinshasa accepts militia leader's plea to join army

IRIN - July 17, 2006

Miliamen in IturiThe government of the Democratic Republic of Congo has responded positively to a request by a militia leader in the northeastern district of Ituri to be integrated into the national army.
W. Swing: The freedom of the press is one of the pillars of any democratic country

Monuc - July 15, 2006

William SwingWilliam Swing, the United Nations Special Representative to the Secretary General in the DRC, inaugurated, on Thursday July 13 2006, a seminar entitled "MONUC, the media and the elections".
Trio in military court over journalist's murder

IRIN - July 13, 2006

Franck NgykeThree suspects have appeared before a military tribunal in Kinshasa, capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, facing murder charges over the death of a journalist and his wife eight months ago.







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