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Corneille Nanga unveils political-military movement to chart a new course for DRC’s political landscape

By IGIHE
On 15 December 2023 at 10:52

Corneille Nanga, the former chairperson of the Congolese national electoral commission and a presidential candidate for the 2023 elections, has inaugurated a politico-military movement in Nairobi on Friday, December 15, 2023.

The primary objective of this movement is to reform the state and address the root causes of recurrent conflicts in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

This newly established platform, named the Alliance Fleuve Congo (AFC), has already garnered support from 17 political parties and alliances, along with the endorsement of 267 political figures.

Urging all patriots who advocate for change to join without delay, the AFC aims to save the DRC and institute inclusive governance founded on unity and harmony.

Positioning itself as a credible alternative to the existing regime, widely criticized for ineffectiveness and corruption, the AFC advocates for a radical overhaul of the political and socio-economic system in the DRC.

The AFC asserts its potential to transform the Congolese political landscape, contributing significantly to the democratization of the country and conflict resolution.

On the democratic front, the AFC could play a pivotal role in establishing a fairer and more equitable political system.

Additionally, it may contribute to the promotion of human rights and the fight against corruption.

Concerning conflicts, the AFC aims to address their root causes in the DRC and promote peace and national reconciliation.

However, the AFC is poised to encounter various challenges on its path to success. Gaining the support of the Congolese population and confronting the repression of the current regime are critical hurdles.

While the journey ahead is undoubtedly demanding, the potential impact of the Alliance Fleuve Congo suggests a significant turning point in the political landscape of the DRC.

Corneille Nanga (in the middle) at the launch of the 'Alliance Fleuve Congo' in Kenya.

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