Mort Prématurée du Feu Gisaro Muhoza : Son Dauphin était-il Anzuluni Bembe?

La société congolaise ainsi que la communauté Banyamulenge en particulier commémorent le 36e anniversaire de la mort du feu Honorable Gisaro Muhoza Isaac Fréderic. Loin d’être prématurée, la mort de Gisaro tomba comme une trompette qui sonnait « la fin du monde » chez le Banyamulenge.… Read the rest “Mort Prématurée du Feu Gisaro Muhoza : Son Dauphin était-il Anzuluni Bembe?”

Infiltrations dans le Pays d’Uvira: Antécédents, Mobiles & Pistes de Solutions

Le « pays d’Uvira » comme jadis appelé dans le temps est situé au croisement des frontières de trois pays de la Communauté Economique de Pays de Grands Lacs (CEPGL) : Burundi, RDC et Rwanda. La frontière entre ces trois pays est marquée par la tracée naturelle de la rivière Ruzizi (Rusizi pour les autres) qui est longue [...]

Inspirational Ne Muanda Nsemi: Camion ya « Kimbambala » Won’t Need Driver’s Change?

Ne Muanda Nsemi is Congolese Member of the Parliament (low chamber). He probably represents a constituency from the Kongo Central, former Bas-Congo province. Honorable Ne Muanda Nsemi is seemingly a controversial politician who, sometimes, went linked to the Bundu Dia Kongo movement.… Read the rest “Inspirational Ne Muanda Nsemi: Camion ya « Kimbambala » Won’t Need Driver’s Change?”

Massacre de Kasika: 16 ans de Discours Populistes, Silence et Désespoir

C’est en date du 24/08/1998, un matin du lundi que le village de Kasika est tombé sous le choc annonça le début de sa destruction. En dépit des milliers des morts estimés au-delà de 1000 personnes, enfants, femmes, hommes, prêtres et sœurs ainsi que le chef coutumier lui-même, les multiples discours populistes ont fini par [...]

Aubin Minaku: Brazilian Defender Whose Benchmarks are King Leopold II & President Mobutu

Aubin Minaku is the Speaker of DRC Parliament, the low chamber since 2012. He is a professional lawyer, working on his PhD thesis in the area of international law. A political figure who evolved quickly from expertise to political appointment based on his talents and aptitudes.… Read the rest “Aubin Minaku: Brazilian Defender Whose Benchmarks are King Leopold II & President Mobutu”

Qui de Boshab-Minaku Sera Candidat Présidentiel du PPRD: Joseph Kabila Kabange

 La République Démocratique Du Congo (RDC) est connue pour sa diversité socio-culturelle qui fait que le pays s’apparente à une confédération1. Le pays connaît un grand nombre de partis politiques de la même taille que ses nombres d’ethnies-communautés. Il est, depuis une décennie, dirigé par le Parti du Peuple pour la Reconstruction et la Démocratie [...]

DRC: A Fragile Community-Based Confederation Undermined by Kinshasa’s Concentration of Power

A confederation can be discussed as a union where states chose to hand over some of their sovereign competences and responsibilities, through international treaty, into the hands of common institutions. As states remain sovereign, decisions within common institutions have to be unanimously agreed.… Read the rest “DRC: A Fragile Community-Based Confederation Undermined by Kinshasa’s Concentration of Power”

DRC’s Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva: A Snapshot of Who is Really Vital Kamerhe

Crowd gathering and populism speeches may not express that political aspirations and intentions will be achieved. In a specific case of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), specifically in Eastern part, most of people have expected to get things changed for a while.… Read the rest “DRC’s Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva: A Snapshot of Who is Really Vital Kamerhe”

Presidential Mandate Limits in DRC: A Slight Concern for an Ordinary Citizen

It may be largely agreed that everyone has his own way to rank his needs. Depending on habits, customs and ability, some may formally order them while others do informally rank in our minds. However, economic theories would state that, though multiples and gradual, human needs get satisfied through limited and scarce resources.… Read the rest “Presidential Mandate Limits in DRC: A Slight Concern for an Ordinary Citizen”

Julien Paluku lance le débat sur la révision Constitutionnelle!

Je vous partage l'intégralité du texte sur la révision constitutionnelle trouvé sur son site web (https://www.julienpaluku.com/index.php/en/plus/actualites/6309-julien-paluku-lance-le-debat-sur-la-revision-constitutionnelle ). Il me semble que l'idée est primordiale et discutable mais il ne se situe pas au niveau des finances mais plutôt qu'on niveau  des compétences allouées aux provinces.… Read the rest “Julien Paluku lance le débat sur la révision Constitutionnelle!”

Selfish Representative: What would you tell to your next DRC’s Parliamentary Representative?

Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has 500 parliamentary delegates and a large number of senators. Their first mission would be that of legislating and controlling the government, while at the same time representing their constituencies’ views. It clearly sounds that they stand as people’s representatives within a complex politico-administrative top level management.… Read the rest “Selfish Representative: What would you tell to your next DRC’s Parliamentary Representative?”

The “Star” leading to State/Safe houses: Don’t Upbraid the least Journey-Keepers in Eastern DRC

Last week I went through my bible and came across a story that is quite similar to that of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) since 1996. The bible’s story tells a strange “Star” that was followed by specialists in “Astronomy”; that is, they were able to divine the meaning of lighting stars.… Read the rest “The “Star” leading to State/Safe houses: Don’t Upbraid the least Journey-Keepers in Eastern DRC”

DRC Territorial Reconfiguration versus Decentralization: What matters?

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is going through a complex series of crises since long ago that requires analyzing deeply their root causes. Their tackling needs also to consider comprehensive solutions on timeframe basis due to how some responses could take time to be implemented.… Read the rest “DRC Territorial Reconfiguration versus Decentralization: What matters?”