President Joseph Kabila is postponing the election to avoid presidency.The Democratic Republic of Congo, the Central African country, has announced that it will not be able to make the presidential election this year due to financial impossibilities. But the opposition says it is only a pretext for President Joseph Kabila, who does not want to leave his post.Finance Minister Pierre Kangudia recalled that the cost of the election regulation is estimated at 1.8 billion dollars, saying that this amount is expensive.In the country, President Joseph Kabila's term expires in November 2016.The government and the opposition reached an agreement on regulating the election until the end of 2017, and the tensions between the two sides came to an end.MUHALEEFT: CONSTRUCTING ASThe opposition claims that the government deliberately delayed the election to extend Kabila's mandate.The electoral committee of the Democratic Congolese stated that the registration of more than 30 million voters in the November statement could end in July 2017 at the earliest.LAST 50 PEOPLE DEPARTMENT IN PROTESTOLOGYThe country, which has three times the size of Turkey, has one of the worst transportation and communications infrastructures in the world.In the Democratic Republic of Congo, elections are often chaotic. At least 50 people lost their lives in the protest organized last year due to the postponement of the presidential election.The Democratic Republic of the Congo has been independent for 55 years, but the changes in power in the country have never been painless.In 2001, Joseph Kabila was head of the country after his father was killed as an assassin.Although Kabila won two elections and continues to chair it until 2016, the constitution of the country will not be nominated for the third time.
TagsPresident Joseph Kabila is postponing the election to avoid presidency. The Democratic Republic of Congo the Central African country has announced that it will not be able to make the presidential election this year due to financial impossibilities But the opposition says it is only a pretext for President Joseph Kabila who does not want to leave his post. Joseph Kabila was head of the country after his father was killed as an assassin.