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DRC Government Rejects Opposition Demand for Election by Year's End

The government of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has rejected fresh demands from the opposition that elections be held and President Joseph Kabila step down by December 20 of this year. Addressing his supporters in Kinshasa on Sunday, opposition leader Etienne Tshisekedi reportedly said it would be “high treason” if Kabila did not launch the electoral process by September. “I think it is not ignorance but irresponsibility because President Kabila is not in charge of organizing...

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