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Bemba, Katumbi renew their support for joint opposition presidential candidate Fayulu

Radio Okapi - November 16, 2018

Vital Kamerhe, Felix Tshisekdi, Adolphe Muzito, Moise Katumbi and Jean-Pierre BembaJean-Pierre Bemba, Moise Katumbi, Adolphe Muzito, Martin Fayulu, and a representative for Mbussa Nyamuisi called on the two dissenting opposition leaders to come to their senses. In a statement signed in Brussels, they said that the Lamuka political agreement was signed freely and unconditionally by the seven opposition leaders on November 11, 2018 in Geneva.
Vital Kamerhe also withdraws support for joint opposition presidential bid

Top Congo FM - November 12, 2018

Vital KamerheAfter 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.
Oppositioin leaders pick Martin Fayulu as joint presidential candidate

Radio Okapi - November 11, 2018

Martin FayuluMartin Fayulu, the president of the ECIDE political party, was nominated on Sunday by seven prominent Congolese political leaders as the common candidate of the opposition for the December 23 presidential election.
Jean-Pierre Bemba banned from running for president

Radio Okapi - August 25, 2018

The CENI building in Kinshasa on 7.26.2018The candidacy of Jean-Pierre Bemba for the presidential election scheduled to be held on December 23 has been rejected by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), according to the list of accepted candidacies it published just after midnight on Saturday in Kinshasa.
Vital Kamerhe named UNC presidential candidate

Radio Okapi - August 4, 2018

Vital Kamerhe named UNC presidential candidateVital 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.
No elections in DR Congo in December without electronic voting machines: INEC

Radio Okapi/AFP - February 13, 2018

Corneille NangaaThe president of DR Congo’s Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) announced on Tuesday that without the use of contested voting machines, it will not be possible to organize the presidential election as planned on December 23 to choose the successor of President Joseph Kabila.
Kabila's Party Loses Seats in Parliament, Increasing Reliance on Allies

Congo News Agency - February 3, 2012

Congo national parliamentPresident 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.
Tshisekedi Says He Won, Can He Prove It?

Congo News Agency - December 17, 2011

Etienne Tshisekedi, president of the Union for Democracy and Social Progress (UDPS)Unlike the Independent National Electoral Commission, which has published the results of the presidential election showing why it says Joseph Kabila won and for everyone to see and scrutinize, Etienne Tshisekedi has so far provided no proof to support his claim of an outright victory. Yet, the longtime opposition leader has said, once again, that he now considers himself president.

Supreme Court Rules Joseph Kabila Won Presidential Election

Congo News Agency - December 16, 2011

President Joseph Kabila supporters celebrates 2011 presidential election victory announced by the INEC on Dec. 9, 2011The Supreme Court has upheld the results of the Nov. 28 presidential election published by the Independent National Electoral Commission last Friday. The Supreme Court ruled that Joseph Kabila won 48,95% of the votes, Etienne Tshisekedi 32,33%, Vital Kamerhe 7,74%, Leon Kengo wa Dondo 4,95%, Mbusa Nyamwisi 1,72%, Nzanga Mobutu 1,75%, with the remaining 5 candidates garnering less than 1% each.








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