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UN Deputy SG: 'President Kabila wishes to see the cooperation grow between the DRC and the UN'

MONUC - April 23, 2007

Asha Rose MigiroUN Deputy Secretary General Dr. Asha Rose Migiro met with DRC President Joseph Kabila and Prime Minister Antoine Gizenga in Kinshasa this Monday 23 April 2007, as well as National Assembly President Vital Kamerhe, as part of her three day visit to the country.
Opportunity for the new Congolese government to fundamentally reform the natural resource sector

Global Witness - April 22, 2007

Global WitnessGlobal Witness today urged President Joseph Kabila and the new Congolese government to seize the momentum of the post-election period to implement fundamental reforms in the mining and forest sectors.
Former DRC Vice President Calls for Political End to Crisis

VOA News - April 18, 2007

Azarias RuberwaFormer vice president of the Democratic Republic of Congo Azarias Ruberwa is calling on the government to halt plans to lift the immunity of opposition leader Jean-Pierre Bemba in order to charge him with high treason.
Congolese Opposition Party Stages Boycott of Parliament

VOA News - April 14, 2007

Thomas LuhakaMembers of the Democratic Republic of Congo's main opposition party, led by former rebel leader Jean-Pierre Bemba, have suspended participation in parliament because of concerns about their safety.
Congo Prosecutors Asks For Removal of Bemba's Immunity

VOA News - April 12, 2007

Jean-Pierre BembaThe Democratic Republic of Congo's top prosecutor has asked the country's Senate to lift immunity for Senator and former Vice President Jean-Pierre Bemba so he can be charged with treason.
Congo's Bemba Leaves For Portugal While Supporters Feel Persecuted

VOA News - April 11, 2007

Jean-Pierre BembaThe former rebel and current opposition leader in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Jean-Pierre Bemba, has left for Portugal after seeking refuge for several weeks at the South African embassy in Kinshasa, while his supporters say they still feel persecuted. This follows deadly violence in March between Bemba's guard and Congo's post-war security forces.
After violence in Kinshasa, senator Bemba takes off for Portugal

MISNA - April 11, 2007

Jean-Pierre BembaToday at 2:00a.m. local time, Senator Jean-Pierre Bemba, who has been at the South African Embassy since the tragic events of March 22-24, departed from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) for Portugal to receive medical treatment.
UN mission says opposition forces in DR Congo have disarmed, awaiting handover

UN News Service - April 5, 2007

Monuc soldier in Kinshasa CongoAfter clashing violently with Government troops in the capital Kinshasa last month, opposition forces and their dependents in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) currently under United Nations protection have disarmed, the world body's Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO) said today.
Security Council underlines need for national reconciliation in DR Congo

UN News Service - April 3, 2007

Emyr Jones ParryCalling for a shared commitment from the Democratic Republic of the Congo's (DRC) authorities and political parties to national reconciliation, the Security Council today deplored the recent wave of deadly violence in the African country's capital and urged all sides to resolve their difference through dialogue.
DRC Opposition Leader Awaits Approval for Medical Evacuation

VOA News - April 1, 2007

Jean-Pierre BembaPortuguese authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo confirm an agreement has been reached to allow Congolese opposition leader Jean Pierre Bemba, wanted on charges of treason, to travel to Portugal for medical treatment.







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