Kabila secretly trying to negotiate with M23

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By John Barigye

Kampala, Uganda-Barring unforeseen circumstances, the emissaries sorted by the office of Joseph Kabila arrived this Thursday, September 13 in Kampala to meet the rebels M23. By the Facilitation of Uganda President Yoweli K Museveni, the two parties in conflict since the April 2012 jointly examine the possibility of ending the crisis between them.

Well advised, the rebels know that the M23 discretion maintained by Kinshasa in his approach to them is that an old tactic Kinshasa that will deny all when the time comes.

“Right now this ugly game longer worth the candle” confides Jean Paul Epenge, representing the M23 Europe. Nombreux observers believe that the deployment of a neutral force between the DRC and Rwanda, as suggested by the work of the ICGLR remains utopian, given that these two countries are not at war.

While in Goma, a French diplomat was surprised to see the border between the two countries on 24 open 24 hours and no shortage of humor in describing the alleged assault Rwandan benign.

Kinshasa this last time refuting any form of negotiation with the M23 seems to come to reason in deciding to take a step towards an opponent determined to restore dignity to the Congo and the Congolese.


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