Congolese Opposition Rejects Plan for Kabila to Remain in Office

  • Opposition demands Kabila step down when mandate ends in Dec.
  • Series of opposition protests are planned for Sept. 19

The Democratic Republic of Congo’s largest opposition parties rejected a plan for President Joseph Kabila to rule as head of a reorganized government until delayed elections can be held and insisted the head of state must step down when his term ends in December.

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