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DR Congo: Campaigning Violently Suppressed

Expand The Democratic Republic of Congo’s government deployed security forces across Lubumbashi on December 11, 2018 to block the free movement of opposition presidential candidate Martin Fayulu and his supporters, killing at least five people and wounding dozens of others. © 2018 Private (Kinshasa) – Government security forces across the Democratic Republic of Congo have forcibly dispersed opposition campaign rallies ahead of the December 23, 2018 national elections. Security forces killed at least 7 opposition supporters, wounded more than 50 people, and arbitrarily detained scores of others…

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