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MONUC: No security or logistic problems will stop the electoral process

Monuc - September 20, 2006

Kinshasa - CongoAt the weekly MONUC press conference on Wednesday August 20 2006, MONUC reconfirmed its support to the electoral process and reminded the Congolese that they already made their choice of peace.
Supreme Court: The second round will take place on October 29

Monuc - September 15, 2006

Elections - CongoThis Friday September 15 2006, the DRC Supreme Court, as well as validating the date of the second round for October 29 next, announced the official results of the first round of the presidential election of 30 July last, confirming J. Kabila as the poll leader with 44.8% of the votes, with 20% for J.P. Bemba.
Kabila and Bemba meet for first time since August unrest

Monuc - September 14, 2006

Jean-Pierre Bemba - Joseph KabilaFor the first time since the violent confrontations of last August, Joseph Kabila and Jean Pierre Bemba met twice in Kinshasa on Wednesday September 13 2006, at a meeting of the 'espace presidential' and also the Higher Council of Defense.
EU: Kabila and Bemba 'could meet' today

Monuc - September 13, 2006

Javier SolanaAccording to Javier Solana, the European Union high representative for foreign affairs , the two DRC presidential candidates could meet within the framework of the meeting of the Higher Council of the Defense, planned for this Wednesday September 13.
MONUC remains concerned with large number of arms circulating in Kinshasa

Monuc - September 13, 2006

Kinshasa - gunsAt the weekly MONUC press conference this Wednesday September 13, MONUC stated that it remains concerned with the large number of arms, and men with arms circulating in Kinshasa, as the second round of presidential elections approaches.
CIAT calls for the reduction and billeting of the forces of both presidential candidates

Monuc - September 11, 2006

CIAT - CongoThe second round of the presidential election, as well as the provincial elections approaches. In order that the election campaign, as well as the polls and their aftermath take place in a climate of peace, calm and security, the CIAT* requires the billeting of all the units of the FARDC, on the whole national territory, except for those committed to joint operations with MONUC in the east of the country.
W.Swing: The CIAT will cease its functions when the new president takes up his duties

Monuc - September 11, 2006

William SwingOn Saturday September 9 2006, William Swing, the UN Special Representative in the DRC, gave a progress report to Radio Okapi on the role of MONUC, in this part of the political transition.
Netherlands makes further contribution to DRC transition to democracy

Monuc - September 7, 2006

William SwingNetherlands made a further contribution to the transition to democracy in the DRC this Thursday September 7, with the allocation of 300,000 euros in funding to MONUC, in order to assist the Congolese Armed Forces -the FARDC- in carrying out joint operations with MONUC against the remaining armed elements in eastern DRC.
MONUC satisfied with DRC electoral process but concerned with humanitarian situation

Monuc - September 6, 2006

Congo - KinshasaAt the weekly press conference on this Wednesday September 6 2006, MONUC expressed its satisfaction with the progress of the DRC electoral process, while remaining concerned with the humanitarian situation in the country.
Results of the presidential elections will not be announced before September 9

Monuc - September 5, 2006

CEI - ElectionsThe Supreme Court had to delay the publication of the official presidential election first round results planned for this Tuesday September 5, 2006, until next weekend, because of the controversy surrounding the date of the second round.







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