RDC: le Dialogue tourne à la foire aux postes de pouvoir

Le "Dialogue" politique, forum destiné à établir un calendrier électoral conforme à la Constitution, s’est ouvert sous de mauvais auspices. Son fonctionnement a confirmé les craintes, poussant l’Eglise à menacer, mardi, de claquer la porte.

Marie-France Cros
Vital Kamerhe (C), President of the opposition Citizen Front (Front Citoyen, UNC) party speaks during the opening of a Congolese "National Dialogue" in the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital Kinshasa on September 1, 2016. Former Togo Prime Minister Edem Kodjo is the African Union facilitator for this meeting scheduled to last two weeks and aimed at paving the way for "peaceful elections" in the Central African country. / AFP PHOTO / JUNIOR D.KANNAH
Vital Kamerhe (C), President of the opposition Citizen Front (Front Citoyen, UNC) party speaks during the opening of a Congolese "National Dialogue" in the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital Kinshasa on September 1, 2016. Former Togo Prime Minister Edem Kodjo is the African Union facilitator for this meeting scheduled to last two weeks and aimed at paving the way for "peaceful elections" in the Central African country. / AFP PHOTO / JUNIOR D.KANNAH ©AFP
Le "Dialogue" politique, forum destiné à établir un calendrier électoral conforme à la Constitution, s’est ouvert sous de mauvais auspices. Son fonctionnement a confirmé les craintes, poussant...

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