Joseph Kabila is imperturbable despite the storm that has been stirring for some time, the ship FCC-CACH. The former president is tightening the ranks of his political family against the threat of Félix Tshisekedi, his appropriate ally who wants to do without the alliance with the FCC to create a new parliamentary majority.
While awaiting the start of consultations announced by his successor, Joseph Kabila prefers to anticipate. The leader of the Common Front for the Congo has multiplied meetings with the cardinals of his clan.
After the heads of political groups, he chaired yesterday
Thursday at his private farm in Kingakati, in the Kinoise suburb, an important meeting around the deputies and senators of his FCC.
In a statement sanctioning this meeting, the parliamentary majority reiterated its loyalty to Joseph Kabila and expressed its membership in the Kabilist Front.
The Senator for Life who has improved the morale of his troops to invite all to not give in to the maneuvers of those who want to destabilize the country. It was also an opportunity for Joseph Kabila to express his opinion on the agreement signed with Félix Tshisekedi.
Many people come to see me, ask me to react to the speech of the President of the Republic. When I ask them what the President of the Republic said exactly, they get lost in speculation,” said the former head of state.
While relatives of Félix Tshisekedi and some chancelleries are calling for the end of the government alliance between CACH and the FCC, Joseph Kabila recalls that there is a written agreement signed before witnesses.
“(…) … They forget that between the President and us, there is a written and signed Agreement before witnesses. And among these witnesses, there are three states,” he said.
In addition, he urged his elected representatives to join together to defend the peaceful alternation that is in his eyes, something more precious. On this occasion, the FCC parliamentarians renewed their loyalty to their moral authority, even those of the elected people quoted on the departure formally denied the crossing. As if to say that the reversal of the parliamentary majority envisaged by President Tshisekedi to take control of the FCC citadel now seems impossible.