Military chief expects calm in Congro despite election dispute

Military chief expects calm in Congro despite election dispute


The European Union’s top military official said November 17 he is confident the security situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo will remain calm, despite a dispute over recently announced election results. On November 15, Congo's electoral commission announced the results of an October 29 presidential runoff election, handing victory to incumbent President Joseph Kabila. But his opponent, Vice- President Jean-Pierre Bemba, has rejected the election outcome. Many Kinshasa residents feared ...


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