Who wants to end the alliance between Tshisekedi and Kabila camps? In any case not the current president of DRC.
And Felix Tshisekedi is even optimistic. « I remain very optimistic about the future of our coalition, » said the Congolese head of state. He whose coalition Coalition for Change (CACH) has an alliance with the Common Front for the Congo (FCC) of former President Joseph Kabila to govern together.
But an alliance harshly erased by outputs can not be more sharp leaders of the two coalitions following the incidents of November 10, when effigies of Kabila and Tshisekedi were burned by the militants of both formations.
Combining with antecedents like the quarrel over the paternity of public education in the DRC is causing observers to fear the risk of the CACH-FCC alliance breaking up.
Not enough to shower the hopes of the main leaders of the CACH. « These upheavals are inherent to any organization, but we are forced to compose in the interest of our people, » said the fifth president of the DRC.
« We will do everything to maintain the Tshisekedi-Kabila alliance, » promises Vital Kamerhe, Tshisekedi’s chief of staff and president of the CACH member party, the Union for the Congolese Nation (UNC).