LE CHOMAGE EN RDC, Hier, aujourd’hui et demain Selon Adolphe Muzito.

A quoi joue Adolphe Muzito ? Lisez l'intégralité de sa tribune Même si nos lecteurs ne sont pas habitués à telles pratiques d’emprunter d’analyse ailleurs, celle de l’ancien Premier Ministre de la RDC, Adolphe Muzito parait intéressante. Il reste à confirmer que l’auteur est vraiment celui cité-haut.… Read the rest “LE CHOMAGE EN RDC, Hier, aujourd’hui et demain Selon Adolphe Muzito.”

Strong Nation Versus Powerful Individuals: My Favor towards Federalism instead of Decentralization

My experience seems to express that building a strong nation does unnecessarily go through a path of creating powerful individuals. It would sound as a contradiction so long as it is well known that a nation is composed by individuals; hence expecting them to form a coherent nation.… Read the rest “Strong Nation Versus Powerful Individuals: My Favor towards Federalism instead of Decentralization”

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 [...]

Clarification on the Article "DRC: A Fragile Community-Based Confederation Undermined by Kinshasa’s Concentration of Power"

 I have received an interesting and constructive comment from one of the blog's reader. The reader was referring to the article “DRC: A Fragile Community-Based Confederation Undermined by Kinshasa’s Concentration of Power”(1)I take the opportunity to thank the reader as he has been among interested readers commenting regularly on articles posted.… Read the rest “Clarification on the Article "DRC: A Fragile Community-Based Confederation Undermined by Kinshasa’s Concentration of Power"”

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”