Congo to hold presidential election after 2-year delay




Congo’s presidential election takes place Sunday after greater than two years of delays. Protests and the shock barring of 1 million voters from the polls over an Ebola outbreak marked the ultimate days of preparations.

The nation faces what could possibly be its first peaceable, democratic switch of energy as President Joseph Kabila steps apart.

But the electoral fee’s last-minute resolution to bar some 1 million folks from voting on Sunday due to an Ebola outbreak has introduced extra unrest.

Kabila on Thursday night claimed that Ebola may unfold as folks use voting machines. So a whole lot of hundreds of Congolese have been barred from the poll, prompting indignant protests.

Further, the election fee chief has nervous about rebels taking pictures voters ready on the polls.




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