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Violence faites au agents de l'Etat et ses consequences

La R DC est un grand pays dont les pouvoir présidentiel ne peut pas contrôler lui même tous les services publics.C'est ainsi que l'administration est composée de différents ministères qui sont les membres du pouvoir central.Parmi ces divisions ,les unes sont financiers ,les autres chargées de la sécurités,les autres de la sante et de l' éducation.Tous ces services publics doivent être bien encadrer par le gouvernement pour donner un bon rendement.un fonctionnaire qui travaille a la douane avec un salaire de 50.000fcpar mois perçoit une somme de 5oo.ooo Fc par jour; il sera tente au détournement parce que son salaire maigre ne peut pas nouer les 2bants du mois.Un enseignant qui touche 50.000fc ne peut pas donner un bon rendement.Un militaire qui touche 40.000fc n'a pas de force pour sécuriser le pays.Il suit les ennemis qui sont bien encadres par leur pays respectifs.Un juriste qui a un salaire médiocre sera facilement corrompu par les gens qui détournent les biens publics de l’état.Nous attendons une sauvetage comme celle de hébreux parce que nous sommes devant une noyade qui sera Moise pour notre pays.SOLUTION ENVISAGER:Article36 de la constitution national Le travail est un devoir sacre pour chaque congolais.L’état garantit le droit au travail la protection contre le chômage et une rémunération équitable et satisfaisante assurant au travailleur ainsi qu'a sa famille une existence conforme a la dignité humaine compte par tous les moyens de retraite et la rente viagère.Les structures internes et le fonctionnement des ordres professionnels doivent être démocratiques.

English translation by PulseWire member Nita

VIOLENT ACTS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES AGAINST STATE AGENTS
DRC is a big country whose presidential power cannot control the public services single handedly.That is why the administration is made up of various ministries which are members of the central power. Amongst them, some handle finances, others are in charge of Security, some take care of Education and Health.
All these services need a good enhancement by the government in order to provide a good output for the well being of all.
- A civil servant working with the customs service and having a salary of 50000 Congolese Francs and he collects 500 000 Congolese francs daily, would be tempted to embezzle because his meager salary cannot make 2 ends of the month meet.
- A teacher who earns 50000 Congolese francs cannot yield a good output.
- A soldier who earns 40000francs doesn’t have the stamina to safeguard the country. He follows the enemies who are well catered for, by their respective countries.

- A legal expert with a meager salary is easily corrupted by embezzlers of public funds. We are waiting for a salvaging like that of the Hebrews because we are near wreckage which would be the Moses of our country.
PROPOSED SOLUTION
in Article 36 of the national constitution, work is a sacred task for each Congolese. The state guaranties the right to work, protection against unemployment, an equitable and satisfactory remuneration which insure that the worker as well as his family have a decent human living including retirement and a life annuity. Internal structures and the functioning of professional corps should be democratic.

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Nita's picture

respectons la constutition

Bonjour Mme Mweze
Merci pour votre contribution.
Merci parce que vous avez suggéré les solutions aux problèmes évoques

NITA

Nita's picture

Translation

VIOLENT ACTS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES AGAINST STATE AGENTS
DRC is a big country whose presidential power cannot control the public services single handedly.That is why the administration is made up of various ministries which are members of the central power. Amongst them, some handle finances, others are in charge of Security, some take care of Education and Health.
All these services need a good enhancement by the government in order to provide a good output for the well being of all.
- A civil servant working with the customs service and having a salary of 50000 Congolese Francs and he collects 500 000 Congolese francs daily, would be tempted to embezzle because his meager salary cannot make 2 ends of the month meet.
- A teacher who earns 50000 Congolese francs cannot yield a good output.
- A soldier who earns 40000francs doesn’t have the stamina to safeguard the country. He follows the enemies who are well catered for, by their respective countries.

- A legal expert with a meager salary is easily corrupted by embezzlers of public funds. We are waiting for a salvaging like that of the Hebrews because we are near wreckage which would be the Moses of our country.
PROPOSED SOLUTION
in Article 36 of the national constitution, work is a sacred task for each Congolese. The state guaranties the right to work, protection against unemployment, an equitable and satisfactory remuneration which insure that the worker as well as his family have a decent human living including retirement and a life annuity. Internal structures and the functioning of professional corps should be democratic.

NITA

kliszk's picture

Mweze, Thank you for sharing

Mweze,

Thank you for sharing your opinion about the corruption and cause of violence in your country.

Don't give up hope!

In solidarity,
kirsten

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