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la non consideration de la femme congolaise

la femme congolaise n'est toujours pas représenté au niveau du gouvernement central et local.elle très peut représenté ,au niveau de la province sur dix place il y a une ou deux place pour les femmes .Au niveau de chaque province ou territoire au moment du vote si elles sont été voté , elles occupe deux place sur cinq parfois même elles ne sont pas voté ce qui est un problème pour nous les femmes et c'est pourquoi nous ne seront pas représenté au niveau national.elle reste toujours négligé et surtout considéré d’incompétent ,elle est méprisé au travaille et n'occupe pas les premiers postes pour tend elle fait de son mieux et elle a de capacité. elle obtient une salaire minimale qui ne peut même pas survenir a ses besoins elle dépense plus que ce qu'elle gagne.pour qu'elle soit engagé il faut qu'elle couche avec avec le patron et d'autre sont considérées comme de femme secondaire du patron laissons la place à la femme pour qu'elle puisse dirigé.

English translation by PulseWire member MsCadet

The Congolese woman is not always represented in the central and local government. She is underrepresented at the provincial level. For ten positions, there are one or two positions for women. In each province or territory, at the time of the vote, if they were voted for, they occupy two out of five positions. Sometimes, they do not vote which is a problem for us as women as we are not represented at the national level.

She is always neglected and considered incompetent. She is ignored in her work and does not hold any high positions even though she does all she can and has the capability. She obtains minimal wage that cannot even sustain her needs. She spends more than she earns. To be hired, she must sleeps with her boss and the other women working are considered as subordinates to the boss. Let us leave spaces for women so that they can lead.

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milsgra's picture

Contente de vous lire

Merci de votre message. Il est necessaire de parler de la place des femmes dans la societé. Car si elle n'a pas de voix elle n'aura pas de voie. Diriez vous que le manque d'éducation formelle est aussi un problème, qui limite les possibilités que la femme aura a accéder aux postes disponibles aux hommes de la société. Pourriez vous élaborer comment la femme entrave sa vertue pour trouver un poste?

A la prochaine,

MsCadet's picture

TRANSLATION

The Congolese woman is not always represented in the central and local government. She is underrepresented at the provincial level. For ten positions, there are one or two positions for women. In each province or territory, at the time of the vote, if they were voted for, they occupy two out of five positions. Sometimes, they do not vote which is a problem for us as women as we are not represented at the national level.

She is always neglected and considered incompetent. She is ignored in her work and does not hold any high positions even though she does all she can and has the capability. She obtains minimal wage that cannot even sustain her needs. She spends more than she earns. To be hired, she must sleeps with her boss and the other women working are considered as subordinates to the boss. Let us leave spaces for women so that they can lead.

Kadeen's picture

Our sister's in The Congo

Hello,

Thanks for sharing this story. Women all over the world is under attack. These attack seems to be just because you are a woman. Women are the mother of the nations, without women all mankind will be lost and yet our men so not seem to understand that viciously attacking mother's is attacking the future of the world.

I am sorry to hear about this situation and I join all the women of The Congo in prayer for their safety.

Kadeen Dennie
Listener
Pulsewire Magazine
kadeenphd@gmail.com

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