DRC: PPRD March

Tony Katombe contends (Fr) that [ruling party] PPRD paid many of those who participated in a gigantic march in its favor on Wednesday May 31. The march protested “negotiations demanded by the political opposition before elections.” The blogger also contrasts the authorities’ treatment of the PPRD march to that of past opposition protests: ” For this march, no one was treated to tear gas in their eyes or blows to their bodies.”

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  • This is based on the congolese nation, is to say that there no time again to fight but there time now to build the country and the human right must be applied in case of recpecting each other. And another basic point is we have to to stop the corraption, if our country is trying to get all these problem is because of the corraption that is dominating the nation, and I can say that this serious place that is the future of the country is I can wish to write to the minister of the education of DRC to control his departement of education that if the corraption continous to the schools, Universities I promise that we stil going to work very hard because this is the government of tomorrow, so if there are not realy educated there is any thing again can stop this corraption because it start from where there are educated, and if we can try to compare with others countries like South Africa etc. we’ll see the big different of the nation. so what are we weitting for to fix this task which is distroing the nation? please if there is way of making this point clear at the following letter we’ll do that.

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