UN SECURITY COUNCIL MEETS TO CANCEL ELECTION IN DRC AND NOT CAMEROON
As announced by his Foreign Minister Jean Yves Le Drian, France has called the UN Security Council to challenge the presidential election in the DRC. And expressly, the Security Council went to work to follow the instructions of France which, like CENCO, requests the recount of the votes and the publication of the minutes office by polling station.
How can one understand that France, which has never listened to Laurent Gbagbo’s demands for the same thing, is worried about becoming the advocate for the recount now? How to understand that the France who sent a clandestine letter of congratulations to Paul Biya for his fraudulent election with 32 minutes gone missing, false observers of Transparency International, did not seize the Security Council of the UN for Maurice Kamto who, too, claims victory since October 2018?
What is happening in the Security Council right now is simply an interference in the internal affairs of a sovereign country. Legal channels of appeal in the DRC have not even been started yet that the UN Security Council meets already at the request of France!
Would France have chosen to defend the interests of Fayulu who would defend after the interests of the French empire? How to understand that Fayulu who initially wanted to boycott the vote on the pretext that the system was flawed, currently claims a 61% victory? At the same time, it is he who asks the CENI to produce the minutes.
It is as if someone is accused of theft and asked to provide evidence that he stole! Why does not CENCO requesting the recount still publish the results of its observers? Who will benefit from the instability of the DRC? Since Fayulu challenged the results, there have been around 20 deaths.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI) of the DRC, convened before the UN Security Council asks to support the candidate declared winner of the Congolese presidential election.
“For litigation, there are only two options: either to confirm the results of the CENI, or to cancel the election. To cancel the election would mean that the institutions in place would continue, “said the president of the CENI, Corneille Nangaa, in a video link with the UN Security Council. And if the presidential election is canceled, it is Joseph Kabila who will remain in power. Unless the international community imposes Fayulu in the DRC as Ouattara in Côte d’Ivoire.