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Introduction on issues in the kivu region , drc

Posted by nuanen on January 5, 2008 at 11:42 AM Comments comments (0)

this article is in french and our professional translator is still working on the English version. view the full article in French under Introduction page

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Author: Franck Nzanda

facts chronology: crisis in the kivu region overview

Posted by nuanen on January 5, 2008 at 11:38 AM Comments comments (0)

Mr. Mwene Bwenge wrote" At independence all Congolese citizens were equally entitled to freely participate in the management of the region and decide on their destiny. However it was not for long. Civil and wide scale human rights violations arose during the Mobutu regime and continued during the two Kabila regimes (Kabila the son and Kabila the father)." " These violations were mostly manifested in the following crisis... ", he continued. View the full article

Author: Emmanuel Mpoze

The Zairean/Congolese ABahutu Ethymology, Philosophy and History

Posted by nuanen on December 26, 2007 at 1:04 PM Comments comments (0)

The Zairean/Congolese ABahutu people live in Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) at the border with Uganda and Rwanda.Full story...

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Author: Franck nzanda

Forum

Posted by nuanen on November 22, 2007 at 9:38 PM Comments comments (0)

Seven issues to be discussed:

(1) The African Great Lakes Region,

(2) Crisis in Kivu (RDC) region,

(3) Nationality problematics and peace in DRC-Congo,

(4) DRC-Congo soustainable and lasting development (- how?),

(5) 3rd phase of Inga- whole Africa with power supply for free or half actual cost!, 

(6)How to develop DRC-Congo?,

(7)  How to solve congolese crisis in a fair way to the congolese nation? Full story... in Forum. Join the Forum and post your ideas. Your ideas are needed from wherever you are. we need your expertise. Send your point of vues

Author: Franck Nzanda