Congo’s present President Joseph Kabila won’t look for a third order in the Central African nation’s up and coming December decisions due to protected term restricts that keep him from running once more, Prime Minister Bruno Tshibala said on Tuesday.
“The decisions will happen without the support of President Kabila who will comply with the soul and the letter of the constitution,” Tshibala said in a meeting with Reuters on the sidelines of the International Economic Forum of the Americas, Conference of Montreal.
Tshibala’s remarks take after signs in the mineral-rich Democratic Republic of Congo that Kabila, who succeeded his killed father Laurent in 2001, is set up to keep running for a third chose term.
Tshibala said the decisions are as yet planned to occur on Dec. 23.
“These decisions will occur at the normal date,” he said.
Tshibala said Kabila would go to an African pioneers’ gathering one week from now in Luanda to pass on the message that Congo would regard “our responsibilities,” in holding the decisions.
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