On tour in eastern DRC, Modest Bahati Lukwebothe President of the Senate, took advantage of a meeting on July 15 in Goma (North Kivu) to make an exit noticed in which he called for an end to the presence of the UN mission in Congo. “Monusco must pack up,” he told activists from his party, the Alliance of Democratic Forces (AFDC), a member of the President’s coalition. Felix Tshisekedi.
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This type of talk is not new – the ex-president Joseph Kabila was customary – and the presence of UN contingents, regularly accused of inaction in the face of insecurity, is the subject of demonstrations. Under pressure, MONUSCO complained to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs headed by Christophe Lutundulain a note verbale dated July 18 that AND was able to consult.