When discussing their possible relinquishment of power, the questions with many African dictatorships have been what happens after the regime steps down and will it be any better?
According to an opinion poll published in late October, Tshisekedi and Kamerhe were leading the pack ahead of the December election with 36% and 17% respectively, followed by Ramazani Shadary (16%).
New legislation includes sanctions requirement targeting senior political leaders, works to counter corruption and human rights abuses, and support credible, transparent elections, free press, and peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Washington DC (November 27, 2018) — The Enough Project applauds today’s passage of the “Democratic Republic of the Congo Democracy and Accountability Act of 2018” (H.R. 6207) in the U.S. House of Representatives.