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The main opposition UDPS accuses Kabila to ignore the notion of public liberty

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By Josephine Lukoya

newsdesk@greatlakesvoice.com

President Joseph Kabila

Kinshasa-Reacting to statements by President of the DRC, during his press conference, the secretary of the National Union for Democracy and Social Progress (UDPS) in charge of relations with political parties, Serge Mayamba said: “Joseph Kabila ignores the concept of public liberty.”

Tuesday, October 18, Joseph Kabila, independent candidate for president told reporters that the opposition protests not prevent the elections, adding that they were not peaceful.

For Serge Mayamba, UDPS demonstrations are not intended to prevent the holding of elections but rather to promote transparency of the electoral process.

“But we understand the outgoing head of state. He may have received reports that prompted him to make such a statement, “he continued, adding that his party maintained organizing marches every Thursday” until the voice of democracy triumph “.

The secretary general of the party, Jacquemin Shabani, announced at the last event that the UDPS would keep the pressure up to succeed.

For several weeks the UDPS organizes protests every Thursday for the audit of the electoral register. They have led to clashes between police and demonstrators

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