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DRC electoral commission wants Kabila to do more on removing his posters

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By Josephine Lukoya

newsdesk@greatlakesvoice.com

Kinshasa-The Independent National Electoral Commission (Ceni) welcomes the withdrawal, Saturday, November 12, giant posters of the candidate Joseph Kabila displayed on the facades of the upper stage of the Martyrs in Kinshasa.

Vice President of that institution, Jacques Djol also asked Joseph Kabila, for his own succession candidate for president in 2011, to remove the other posters still on the administrative tower of the Congolese National Radio Television (TRNC) in Kinshasa

Ceni invites all the other candidates involved in the Congolese elections to do everything to comply with laws and electoral rules.

On signs posted at the turn of the TRNC administration, Jacques Djol states that members of the election platform that supports the candidate Kabila said they were asked by the Department of Public Works as part of the visibility of 5 projects, the reconstruction program launched by President Kabila in 2006.

According to them, these posters have nothing to do with the election of their candidate.

Jacques added that Djol Ceni wrote to the Department of Public Works to remove the posters in order to avoid confusion and “allow a peaceful state in the minds of each other”.

In Bukavu, the Ceni had removed the posters of candidates placed on public buildings.

Monday, November 28, the Congolese will elect, in a coupled ballot, the President of the Democratic Republic of Congo and the 500 national deputies who will sit in the National Assembly

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