|Vital Kamerhe also withdraws support for joint opposition presidential bid
Top Congo FM - November 12, 2018
|After Felix Tshisekedi, Vital Kamerhe has also announces he is withdrawing his signature from the Geneva agreement naming Martin Fayulu as the joint opposition candidate in the December 23 presidential election.
|Vital Kamerhe named UNC presidential candidate
Radio Okapi - August 4, 2018
|Vital Kamerhe has been named as the candidate of the Union for the Congolese Nation (UNC) for the December 23 presidential election. This was one of the resolutions taken during the second congress of the opposition party that ended Saturday, August 4 in Kinshasa.
|Kabila's Party Loses Seats in Parliament, Increasing Reliance on Allies
Congo News Agency - February 3, 2012
|President Joseph Kabila’s party, the People’s Party for Reconstruction and Democracy (PPRD), and its allies will hold a majority of seats in the new parliament, according to the results of the Nov. 28 parliamentary elections published by the Independent National Electoral Commission on Wednesday.
|Vital Kamerhe Denies Calling for Elections to Be Annuled
Forum des As - December 1, 2011
|Presidential candidate Vital Kamerhe has denied having called for the November 28 presidential and parliamentary elections in DR Congo to be annulled. “As of today, I have not signed a joint press release asking for the elections to be annulled,” Mr. Kamerhe said in a statement on Wednesday.
|Campaigning in Eastern Congo, Kamerhe Vows To Restore State Authority
Radio Okapi - November 22, 2011
|Presidential candidate Vital Kamerhe held a meeting at Independence Square in Bukavu, South Kivu Province, on Monday. The president of the Union for the Congolese Nation (UNC) told his many supporters in his hometown that if elected his priority will be “restoring state authority.”
|Tshisekedi: UDPS Has Never Been for a Joint Opposition Candidacy
Radio Okapi - November 19, 2011
|Etienne Tshisekedi said on Saturday that the UDPS has never been for a joint candidacy of the opposition to win elections. “The elections are being held for the Congolese people, who are sovereign. They all want change. They know what they need to do, even if they were in front of 1000 candidates,” Mr. Tshisekedi said.