Kabila


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Kabila

(kæˈbiːlə)
n
(Biography) Laurent (French lɔrɑ̃). 1940–2001, Congolese politician and guerrilla leader: he overthrew the Mobutu regime in Zaïre, becoming president of the renamed Democratic Republic of Congo (1997–2001): assassinated

Ka•bi•la

(kəˈbi lə)
n.
Laurent Desire, born 1939, president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo since 1997.
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KINSHASA, Safar 17, 1437, November 29, 2015, SPA -- Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila made a long-anticipated public call on Saturday for a national dialogue to prepare for elections next year, an idea regarded with suspicion by his opponents, according to Reuters.
1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Earlier today an article coming out of Lubumbashi in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) reported a spokesperson for DRC's President Kabila saying that the national elections scheduled for the fall of 2016 should be delayed "2 to 4 years".
31, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Earlier today an article coming out of Lubumbashi in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) reported a spokesperson for DRC's President Kabila saying that the national elections scheduled for the fall of 2016 should be delayed "2 to 4 years".
South African President Jacob Zuma and his DRC counterpart Joseph Kabila will be exchanging views on the peace, security, stability and development on the continent, with main focus in the Great Lakes Region, said Clayson Monyela, spokesperson of the SA Department of International Relations and Cooperation.
Kabila dirige la Republique democratique du Congo depuis 2001, et la Constitution lui interdit de briguer un nouveau mandat lors de la presidentielle de novembre 2016.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Forty people were killed in protests in the Democratic Republic (DR) of Congo against President Joseph Kabila, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said on Saturday, accusing security forces of using excessive force and then trying to remove evidence.
Kinshasha: At least 42 people have been killed in three days of protests in Democratic Republic of Congo over a proposed legal reform the opposition says would keep President Joseph Kabila in power for years, a rights group said, three times the official estimate.
The next major challenge to the two-term constitutional limit is currently taking place in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where President Joseph Kabila is in the last two years of his second mandate.
In the election of 2011, Kabila was re-elected, but all the observers, both international and domestic, condemned the election as a total fraud.
Joseph Kabila a l'occasion de la celebration de la fete de l'independance de son pays.
Before transmission was shut down at state television, two gunmen appeared on camera to deliver what appeared to be a political message against President Joseph Kabila, who took office in 2001 after the assassination of his father Laurent.
His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said has also sent a cable of congratulations to President Joseph Kabila of the Democratic Republic of Congo on the occasion of his country's Independence Anniversary.