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    A Frustrated Plan of Drc Balkanisation

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    The military and Defence Attaches who visited this place were unanimous: There is no armed group in the region with such equipment… Neither the LRA, the ADF/Nalu, nor the FDLR, nor the FNL and even the Mai Mai groups. Military experts say that this is armament for conventional armies.

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    The military offensive conducted by the FARDC from 25 October to 5 November 2013 has thwarted a danger that opinion could not imagine… THE BALKANIZATION

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    The military arsenal found hidden in bunkers, and other flashpoint weapons caches disseminated on the mountain heights of Tshanzu, Runyonyi and Mbuzi reveals a conspiracy of balkanization of the DRC prepared from years back by Rwanda and Uganda who shared the border with M23 since its inception.

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    The M23 was therefore only the tip of the Iceberg…The DRC should not allow to be distracted….

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    The M23 was therefore only the tip of the Iceberg…The DRC should not allow to be distracted….

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    Bunkers The evidence of this preparation is the amount of weapons and ammunition stored on the site. They continuously dug bunkers deep in the high mountains where they stored weapons and ammunition ....

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    Multiple trenches or riflemen holes roamed the high mountains

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    Weapons of all types and ammunition of all calibres

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    Weapons of all types and ammunition of all calibres

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    SUPPORT WEAPONS T55 Tank: 1 122 mm howitzer : 3 122 mm cannon: 1 Multiple Roquet Launcher: 1 107mm twin tubes Launcher: 6 107mm Multiple Roquet Launcher 12 tubes : 2 12.7mm machine gun : 14

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    SUPPORT WEAPONS T55 Tank: 1 122 mm howitzer : 3 122 mm cannon: 1 Multiple Roquet Launcher: 1 107mm twin tubes Launcher: 6 107mm Multiple Roquet Launcher 12 tubes : 2 12.7mm machine gun : 14

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    SUPPORT WEAPONS T55 Tank: 1 122 mm howitzer : 3 122 mm cannon: 1 Multiple Roquet Launcher: 1 107mm twin tubes Launcher: 6 107mm Multiple Roquet Launcher 12 tubes : 2 12.7mm machine gun : 14

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    Multiple Rocket Launcher

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Welcome to DRC Citizens Advocacy

DRC Citizens Advocacy Initiative is a DRC civil society initiative and support group. We work with more than 150 local NGO in DRC, and 7 religions (Catholics, protestants, Kimbagists, Salvation Army, Pentecostal (Eglise du reveil), independents, and Islamic) present and working all over the country, to promote peace in DRC and the great lake region.We promote & defend human rights through civic education, promoting democracy & good govrnance.

We have a special partnership with faith based organizations and the coalition of leaders of religious confessions of christians & muslims.

We believe in non violence and peace culture


 Latest News

SA Keen to Boost Mining Ties With DRC

Tintswalo Baloyi — THERE will be a notable presence of South African companies at next week's Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Mining Week expo and conference in Lubumbashi.

The Department of Trade and Industry will lead a large delegation of suppliers to the mining and related sectors to the exhibition and conference expected to attract more than 1 000 mining professionals.

DRC's Minister of Mines, Martin Kabwelulu Labilo, is scheduled to open the event while Cameroon's Minister of Industry and Technology Development, Ernest Gwaboubou, is also lined up to attend the opening keynote session.

Mission Resumes to Rid DRC of Rebel Groups

A high-level delegation has been dispatched to the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in a bid to neutralize active rebel groups posing instability in the central African country and the region.

The delegation consists of the guarantors of a peace framework for the Great Lakes region of Africa, namely the United Nations (UN), the African Union (AU), the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR), and the Southern African Development Community (SADC).

Does Kabila Intend to Repeat Burundi's Nkurunziza?

There are many who blame the African cult of chieftaincy and personality for the rigid, age-old tendency of African leaders to be dictatorial and to hold on indefinitely to power.

Many ordinary Africans, too, not just the leaders, Africans selfishly benefitting from the personality cult of their leaders, defend this outdated, inimical (hostile, unfavorable) syndrome and hypocritically contend that "Africa is not yet ready for democracy."

Why? Because they are "enjoying" the dictatorship, not realizing that change is inevitable and that when it is indefinitely delayed or postponed, things could suddenly end with tragic and destabilizing consequences beyond imagination.

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