Crisis team set up tensions between FCC-CACH activists


Faced with the tension that continues to mount between their respective bases, a crisis unit was set up on Wednesday, June 12 to resolve the disputes between the Common Front for Congo (FCC) and Cape for Change ( Cach). Patrick Nkanga, rapporteur and spokesman for the political bureau of the People’s Party for Reconstruction and Democracy (PPRD), made the announcement on his Twitter account.

 It is since the announcement of the orders of the Head of State, Felix Tshisekedi appointing agents to National Railway Company of Congo (SNCC) and to the General Company of quarries and mines (Gécamines) that the relations already Fragile between the FCC and Cach have deteriorated. The debate on these orders in the National Assembly, initiated by an FCC member, is the last straw that broke the camel’s back.

On Wednesday, activists from both platforms clashed fiercely in Kinshasa and Lubumbashi.


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