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VIOLENCE FAITE AUX AGENTS DE L'ETAT ET SES CONSEQUENCES 5SUITE)

SOLUTIONS ENVISAGEES
1) Que l’Etat respecte la constitution parce qu’il est le forgeron de celle –ci.
2) Art 36 : Le travail est un droit et un devoir sacré pour chaque congolais. L’Etat garanti le droit au travail, la protection contre le chômage et une rémunération équitable et satisfaisante assurant au travailleur ainsi qu’à sa famille une existence conforme à la dignité humaine, complétée par tous les autres moyens de protection sociale et la rente viagère.
Les structures internes et les fonctionnements des ordres professionnels doivent être démocratiques.

Voici les sujets débattus.
1) Les crises économiques de la RDC.
2) Problématique de l’enfant congolais.
3) Discrimination de femme en RDC
4) La vie alimentaire en RDC
5) La multicite des taxes en RDC
6) Violences des droits de l’enfant en RDC
7) Violences faites aux agents de l’Etat et ses conséquences

English translation by PulseWire member MESSA

VIOLENCE AGAINST STATE AGENTS AND ITS CONSEQUENCES

ENVISAGED SOLUTIONS

1)The state should respect the constitution because it is its creator.

2)Art 36: work is a right and an obligation and a sacred assignment for every Congolese. The state guarantees the right to work, protection against unemployment and a just and satisfying remuneration assuring the worker as well as its family a life in comformity to human dignity, backed by all other social means of protection and life benefits.
The internal structures and its professional functioning orders should be democratic.

These are the topics debated on
1)Economic crisis in the DRC.
2)the problem of the congolese child
3)discrimination of the congolese woman
4) the nutritif life in the DRC
5)the multicity of taxes in the DRC
6)Violence of children’s rights in the DRC
7)violence made against state agents and its consequences

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Comments

Merci de nous avoir fait part de cet article qui nous permet de connaitre les projets qui sont mis en place pour un nouveau départ au Congo en vu de lutter contre tout type d'injustice. l’essentiel est de continuer à croire et ne jamais perdre espoir.

Ghnadi un jour a dit, tout finira bien par s'arranger, et si tout ne s'arrange pas, ce que ce n'est pas encore la fin. Femme, garde espoir!!!!

Ghandi once said it will all get well at the end, and if it doesn't get well, then it is not yet the end.
Wo

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Translation

VIOLENCE AGAINST STATE AGENTS AND ITS CONSEQUENCES

ENVISAGED SOLUTIONS

1)The state should respect the constitution because it is its creator.

2)Art 36: work is a right and an obligation and a sacred assignment for every Congolese. The state guarantees the right to work, protection against unemployment and a just and satisfying remuneration assuring the worker as well as its family a life in comformity to human dignity, backed by all other social means of protection and life benefits.
The internal structures and its professional functioning orders should be democratic.

These are the topics debated on
1)Economic crisis in the DRC.
2)the problem of the congolese child
3)discrimination of the congolese woman
4) the nutritif life in the DRC
5)the multicity of taxes in the DRC
6)Violence of children’s rights in the DRC
7)violence made against state agents and its consequences

Ghnadi un jour a dit, tout finira bien par s'arranger, et si tout ne s'arrange pas, ce que ce n'est pas encore la fin. Femme, garde espoir!!!!

Ghandi once said it will all get well at the end, and if it doesn't get well, then it is not yet the end.
Wo

bewa's picture

Big Issues

Dear lubala rosalie, you bring up some important points on big issues- the role of the state and the connection of work, economics, human rights. There is often a gap between the rights people have on paper and the reality of day-to-day of living. Your ideas about democracy and justice are also important. One person can make a difference. Bon courage.

cassie_levy's picture

You bring up some very

You bring up some very interesting points. I would like to see more writing on what your role will be in these solutions. I think women have an important role to take in moving for change. Keep up the good work!

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