The Democratic Republic of Congo’s driving resistance party says it is unconvinced by confirmations that President Joseph Kabila will keep the constitution in front of the presidential decision.
Kabila is about to leave office when his second and last term lapses in December. In any case, faultfinders blame him for plotting to remain focused, and the United Nations has cautioned of restored viciousness and flimsiness in a nation that has never had a serene exchange of force.
Henri Mova Sakanyi, secretary-general of the decision party, told Radio France Internationale this week that Kabila would not attempt to change the constitution and look for a third term.
Be that as it may, principle restriction party representative Bruno Tshibala said on Tuesday that gathering pioneers still have the unmistakable impression that Kabila does not have any desire to regard the constitution.