Wednesday, 14 December 2011

AFRICA CONGRATULATES DR CONGO ELECTIONS, WHILE OPPOSITION LOOKS TO EMPIRE TO HELP IT

"President Tshisekedi has made an appeal to the international community to find a solution. We're waiting for a sign from the international community." - Albert Moleka (spokesman for the runner-up, Etienne Tshisekedi).

- Translation: we're waiting for the go-ahead to launch a coup with financial and military assistance from the west.


Meanwhile, the major regional organisations (SADC and the African Union) have congratulated the electoral commission on its successful handling of a very difficult election (Congo is nearly the size of Western Europe, has a population of 70 million and little infrastructure) and called on all candidates to respect the results.
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And finally, the ambassador to DR Congo of the usa, weighs in into the internal affairs of this African state: " Democratic Republic of Congo's elections, won by incumbent President Joseph Kabila according to provisional results, were seriously flawed and lacked transparency, the U.S. ambassador to the central African country said on Wednesday."
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