Nothing goes any more between the President of the Republic, Félix Tshisekedi and his predecessor, Joseph Kabila.
The two partners of the historic alternation, which took place in the Democratic Republic of Congo at the end of the presidential election of December 30, 2018 are now looking at each other like dogs. The swearing-in of three judges of the Constitutional Court is the last straw that broke the camel’s back.
While Félix Tshisekedi plans to put in place the Sacred Union, following the consultations he has begun, to visibly put an end to the ruling FCC-CACH coalition, which would prevent him from concretizing his project of establishing the rule of law, Joseph Kabila, for his part, holds on to this coalition, which he considers to be a guarantee of stability.
The Raïs recalled during his speech before the senators and deputies of his political family, the Common Front for the Congo in his farm of Kingakati, the deal concluded with his successor, before passing the torch to him.
This is the beginning of hostilities on the diplomatic level!
The week that just ended, Felix Tshisekedi sent his envoys under the leadership of his private adviser, Fortuna Biselele in Egypt and Rwanda to convince the Egyptian President, Al-Sisi and the Rwandan, Paul Kagame of the validity of his approach to establish the Sacred Union for the Nation.
On his side, Joseph Kabila has just launched a diplomatic offensive for the respect of the agreement concluded with the current head of state. The moral authority of the Common Front for the Congo sent a clear letter to the Secretary General of the United Nations, to the other sponsors of the agreement as well as to the SADC countries.
For the former director of the diplomatic college, Kikaya Bin Karubi, who confirms the information, there are no solutions outside the agreement.