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DR Congo’s Tshisekedi meets Kabila over troubled coalition

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The president of the Democratic Republic of Congo his excellency Fèlix Tshisekedi held uncommon meeting with his predecessor Joseph Kabila surrounded by tension in the coalition. president Fèlix Tshisekedi and his predecessor Joseph Kabila betalk “the progess of the coalition”

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The union which is called Common Front For Congo ( FCC) wrote on twitter. Mr. Tshisekedi wining the presidency had to come to an adaptation of Mr. Kabila’s party, that controls the majority seats in parliament. T

The president of the Democratic Republic of Congo his excellency Fèlix Tshisekedi held uncommon meeting with his predecessor Joseph Kabila surrounded by tension in the coalition.
president Fèlix Tshisekedi and his predecessor Joseph Kabila betalk “the progess of the coalition” . The union which is called Common Front For Congo ( FCC) wrote on twitter.


Mr. Tshisekedi wining the presidency had to come to an adaptation of Mr. Kabila’s party, that controls the majority seats in parliament.
The agreement between the two parties took seven months before general agreement was found so that a government could be formed.
Connection between these two parties have been unrelaxed with competitor politicians exchanging verbal contumely and in some cases using physical violence.
The meeting between Mr. Tshisekedi and Mr. Kabila did little to calm the tension that has been rising for months and “points of contention ” remain, the two camps told AFP news agency on Monday.

he agreement between the two parties took seven months before general agreement was found so that a government could be formed. Connection between these two parties have been unrelaxed with competitor politicians exchanging verbal contumely and in some cases using physical violence. The meeting between Mr. Tshisekedi and Mr. Kabila did little to calm the tension that has been rising for months and “points of contention ” remain, the two camps told AFP news agency on Monday.

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