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Sport DRC: the bishops very upset against the ruling coalition

01:48  20 october  2020
01:48  20 october  2020 Source:   rfi.fr

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The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is "on the verge of bankruptcy", worry the Catholic bishops, members of the National Episcopal Conference of Congo (Cenco), very upset against the coalition in power for twenty months.

With our correspondent in Kinshasa, Pascal Mulegwa

In their message made public, this Monday, October 19, at the end of their plenary assembly, the prelates painted in black the attitude of Joseph Kabila's Common Front for Congo (FCC) and Cap for Change (CACH) by Félix Tshisekedi, two coalitions whose tensions block, according to the prelates, the institutions and worsen the recession.

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As usual, the tone of the bishops is firm but this time, they do not hide their disappointment. "While the country is on the verge of bankruptcy and when the Congolese languish in indescribable misery aggravated by Covid-19, the allies in power are devoting their energies to positioning calculations in relation to the 2023 elections in order to conserve or to regain power ”, declared their spokesperson, Father Donatien N'shole, reading the message entitled“ Congolese people, let us not let our sovereignty be stolen ”.

"The whole system is blocked"

Thus, a tough battle is engaged for the control of strategic institutions in particular the Constitutional Court and there, they assure, "the whole system is blocked". The Court "is made unable to carry out its mission. Lack of quorum ”.

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Also, the Catholic prelates wonder: "How to explain so many shenanigans for the control of the Ceni and the absence of consensus around the electoral reforms which presages one more slide? ".

The bishops of Cenco speak of the obsession with "power for the sake of power" which "amounts to confiscating the sovereignty" of the people. They announced that "the time has come for us to stand up and walk in the light." "Let us wake up from our sleep for a civic engagement", they launched in their message.

The message was unveiled in the presence of some civil society movements including the secular coordination committee which had organized popular waves against the regime of Joseph Kabila.

The ecclesiastics denounce a deleterious security situation against a background of rising tribalism, and a declining economy. In any case, for the bishops, with this tandem in power, the situation is going from bad to worse.

DRC: President Tshisekedi announces consultations for a "sacred union" .
© Tchandrou Nitanga / AFP Congolese President Félix Tshisekedi (illustrative image) Félix Tshisekedi spoke to the nation on Friday evening. In a speech of about 6 minutes, the Congolese head of state listed the differences within the ruling coalition and announced his intention to open consultations with political party leaders as early as next week.

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