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Elections in the DRC: Kabila’s Dolphin Shadary Claims (already) Victory

Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary, billed as the dolphin of incumbent President Joseph Kabila, assured, shortly after the opening of the polls, that he would be the next president of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

On the morning of December 30, shortly after the opening of the polls, candidate Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary said he won the Congolese presidential election: “I already won. You saw how I beat the campaign, everything that happened. I will be elected, I am the president from tonight, “said the dolphin of incumbent President Joseph Kabila after performing his electoral duty in a polling station in Kinshasa. “People have to vote. Violence must be avoided, “he added in remarks transcribed on the Congolese news site Actualité.cd, which claims to have a sound recording.Read also

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Ramazani Shadary voted in the commune of Gombe with the outgoing head of state, Joseph Kabila, who can not represent under the terms of the Constitution. The three main candidates in the presidential election have already voted in this election marked by delays in the opening of polling stations and the dysfunction of “voting machines”. “I deplore all the disorder we hear about,” opposition candidate Felix Tshisekedi said after voting. “We are asking ourselves whether it is not an organized disorder for the Constitutional Court to be seized tomorrow and to annul everything. That we will not accept. “

“We are following step by step what is happening. If it is done in order to legitimize the candidate of power, we will not accept it, “he warned. “It’s a great day for me, it’s a great day for Congo because it’s the end of the dictatorship, it’s the end of arbitrariness, it’s the end […] 18-year-old Joseph Kabila, “the other main opposition candidate, Martin Fayulu, said earlier, by voting in the morning at the same center as the president and his dolphin.


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