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Adolphe Muzito Withdraws Decrees on new Towns and Municipalities

Radio Okapi - June 10, 2010

Democratic Republic of Congo SenatePrime Minister Adolphe Muzito announced on Thursday he was withdrawing the decrees he had signed conferring the status of town and municipalities to some parts of the country. He said he would instead establish a technical committee to propose changes.
Prime Minister Adolphe Muzito Faces Skeptical MPs

Radio Okapi - April 28, 2010

Congo Parliament - KinshasaWhile acknowledging that pockets of insecurity still remain, Adolphe Muzito said that the country’s security situation was generally good. He also said that improving relations with neighboring countries has played a key role in returning peace to the country.
Joseph Kabila Reshuffles Government

Congo News Agency - February 21, 2010

Congo Government MeetingPresident Joseph Kabila has carried-out a long-awaited government reshuffle aimed at improving performance and good governance. Adolphe Muzito has been reappointed as Prime Minister, Francois Joseph Nzanga Mobutu will also stay on as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Employment, Labor and Welfare.
UN mission in DR Congo confirms improvement of situation

Xinhua - November 3, 2009

MONUC peacekeepers in CongoThe UN mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUC) has confirmed the improvement of the situation in the conflict-stricken central African country, especially in its unstable east.
First Provincial Governors' Conference Opens In Kisangani

Congo News Agency - June 23, 2009

Governors Moise Katumbi, Louis Muderwa, Andre KimbutaPresident Joseph Kabila opened the first conference of provincial governors on Wednesday in Kisangani. The conference will last two days and deal with issues related to good governance, security, justice, and the economy.

Chinese Mineral Deal Blocking Congo's IMF Debt Relief

VOA News - May 26, 2009

Joseph Kabila and Hu JintaoCongo's $9,000,000,000 mineral deal with China is holding up agreement with the International Monetary Fund on reducing its external debt. President Joseph Kabila's government wants the IMF to forgive much of its external debt. But the IMF says Congo's massive mineral deal with China could make that debt worse. So it is waiting for the results of a feasibility study next month before deciding on Congo debt relief.
Statement by IMF Managing Director Strauss-Kahn at the conclusion of his visit to the DRC

IMF - May 25, 2009

Dominique Strauss-KahnI welcomed President Kabila's agenda for tackling critical social and infrastructural needs, and which warrant increased public spending. Of course, such spending should take place within a clear debt sustainability framework "IMF staff are finalizing negotiations on a new program under the Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility, pending an outcome, consistent with debt sustainability, to the mining and infrastructure cooperation agreement between DRC and China.
Joseph Kabila appoints Adolphe Muzito as new Prime Minister

Congo Planet - October 10, 2008

Adolphe MuzitoPresident Joseph Kabila named Adolphe Muzito as the new Prime Minister on Friday in a decree read on state television. He had been the Minister of the Budget in the government led by Antoine Gizenga until the former Prime Minister resigned last month.



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