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World DRC: Protestants break with the 6 Confessions after the appointment of the President of the Ceni

13:05  28 october  2021
13:05  28 october  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

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Une église protestante le 22 mars 2020 dans le Nord-est de la RDC (Image d'illustration). © Alexis Huguet / AFP a Protestant Church on March 22, 2020 in the north-east of the DRC (image of illustration).

The Protestant Church breaks with the other six religious denominations that have brought and submitted the candidacy of Denis Kadima to the head of the Independent National Electoral Commission (Ceni). The second largest confession of the country has indicated its position during its 58th National Executive Committee in Kinshasa.

with our correspondent in Kinshasa, Pascal Mulegwa

Protestants persist and sign, they disapprove the designation process and propose today the revision of the texts governing the platform. Bishop Gabriel Unda Yemba, "Moderator of the National Synod" of the Church of Christ in Congo (ECC) explains the decision they took:

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"Since doctrines diverge between, on the one hand, the confessions which defend the thesis of total bid and power, and on the other hand, those who advocate for the prophetic mission of the Church, decide the break from the six religious confessions, signatories of the minutes of appointment of the President of The Independent National Electoral Commission and a Plenary Member, on behalf of the platform of religious denominations that we describe, and propose the redefinition of the values ​​of the operating mode of the platform, as well as the revision of its charter. Dear brothers and sisters, you exhort to use non-violent and citizens for all social or political demands. "

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