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MARCHE DU 06 Novembre à Bukavu en soutien au Président Kabila pour le retour de la paix au Nord-Kivu

Hier matin les femmes et toute la population de Bukavu ont marché en guise de soutien au Président pour avoir respecté son engagement pour la cessation de la guerre à l'Est du Congo.
En effet c'est depuis le 4Novembre dernier que le FARDC ont repris le contrôle de toutes les zones du Nord-Kivu assiégées par les rebelles du M23.
La population qui était agacée par des guerres à répétition a même féliciter les soldats en leurs offrant de cannes à sucre afin qu'ils reprennent des forces après avoir perdus suffisamment d'énergie au champs de bataille.
cela traduisait le fait que le congolais est fatigué de la guerre et ne rêves que du retour permanent d'une paix durable.

Pour des amples informations," le journal La Prospérité annonce en manchette qu’: «Après la chute du M23: FDLR et consorts sont en danger ! ». Le journal rappelle que Kabila leur en avait déjà lancé une mise en garde, le 30 octobre dernier, lors de sa dernière sortie télévisée axée sur la chute de Bunagana. Mercredi encore, souligne le quotidien, Martin Kobler y est revenu. Cette fois-ci, le patron de la Monusco, arrivé à Goma, lance un avertissement sévère aux FDLR, ADF-Nalu, FNL burundais, LRA et consorts. Décidément, constate le tabloïd, la suite de la contre-offensive militaire s’annonce très décisive dans l’Est de la RDC.

C’est ainsi que Forum des As renseigne qu’ «après la dissolution du M23: la Monusco invite tous les forces négatives à déposer les armes » Le Potentiel, se fait à ce sujet écho despropos du chef de la Monusco Martin Kobler: « Nous devons mettre fin à la guerre … »

Par ailleurs, le quotidien Forum des As met en garde: «Avec la perspective de l’intégration de certains éléments du M23 dans les FARDC et l’appareil d’Etat, gare au syndrome CNDP ! ». Selon le journal, pour éviter la répétition de l’histoire du CNDP, le schéma du Tanzanien Kikwete préconisant un dialogue interne au Rwanda et en Ouganda doit être pris au sérieux. La cohésion nationale en RDC est plus qu’un idéal, c’est un impératif qui n’admet pas de parjures, martèle le tabloïd.

Par ailleurs, La Référence Plus relève: «La prise de Chanzu livre ses secrets, découverte de 300 tonnes de munitions du M23». Entre-temps, Le Potentiel indique que près de 6 500 Congolais se sont réfugiés en Ouganda à la suite des combats entre les FARDC et le M23.

Par ailleurs, L’Avenir titre: « Après la défaite du M23. Human Rights Watch enfonce le clou ». Le M23 a reconnu sa défaite le mardi dernier ; « ce qui marque apparemment la fin des attaques dévastatrices contre des civils, menées en RDC par ce groupe armé soutenu par le Rwanda. Il s’agit d’un grand pas en avant, mais le processus pour traduire en justice les auteurs des crimes commis par tous les camps dans le cadre de ce conflit complexe ne fait que commencer », écrit le quotidien."
Source: RADIO OKAPI

English translation by community member Nancy Janus

MARCH of November 6 in Bukavu in support of President Kabila for the return of peace to North-Kivu

Yesterday the women and the whole population of Bukavu marched in support of the president for having respected his commitment for the cessation of the war in the East of the Congo. In fact it has been since last November 4 that the FARDC took over control of all the zones in North -Kivu that had been held by the rebels of M 23.
The population, which has been exasperated by repetitive wars, even congratulated the soldiers by offering them sugarcane so that they could regain strength after having lost significant amounts of energy in the battlefield. That reveals the fact that the Congolese are exhausted from war and dream of nothing more than a permanent return to a durable peace.

The newspaper, La Prospérité announced in the headlines that “After the fall of the M 23, FDLR and its cohorts are in danger!” The newspaper recalls that Kabila had already given a warning last October 30 at the time of its last television release about the fall of Bunagana. Then Wednesday the paper emphasized the return there of Martin Kobler. At that time, the head of Monusco, having arrived at Goma, gave a severe warning to the FDLR, ADF-Nalu, Burundian FNL, and the LRA and its cohorts. Decidedly, stated the tabloid, the following of the military counter offensive announced itself decisively in the east of the DRC.

It is thus that the Forum des A’s advised that “after the dissolution of the M23: Monusco asks all the negative forces to put down their arms.” Le Potentiel echoes this subject regarding the head of Monusco, Martin Kobler. “We must put an end to this war…”

On the other hand the daily Forum des A’s warned, “the perspective on integration of certain elements of M23 in the FARDC and the apparatus of the state, is due to CNDP syndrome!” According to the paper, in order to avoid a repetition of the history of the CNDP, the Tanzanian Kikwete schema presuming an internal dialog in Rwanda and in Uganda should be taken seriously. “National cohesion in the DRC is more than an ideal, it is an imperative that doesn’t allow for perjury,” hammered the tabloid.

Otherwise the Reference Plus stated “The overtaking of Chanzu hands over its secrets; the discovery of 300 tons of M23 munitions.” Meanwhile the Potentiel indicated that nearly 6500 Congolese are refugees in Uganda following the fighting between the FARDC and the M 23.

Otherwise the Avenir states “after the defeat of the M23, Human Rights Watch drives in the nail.” The M23 recognized its defeat last Tuesday; “what apparently marks the end of the devastating attacks against civilians, lead in the DRC by this armed group supported by Rwanda. It is a matter of a big step forward, but the process of bringing to justice the authors of the crimes committed by all the camps in the framework of this conflict only has to begin,” writes the daily paper.
Source: RADIO OKAPI

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Ariane Moza Assumani's picture

NOS FELICITATIONS

Bien écrit mon amie ton journal est bonne et vrai car apparement, c'est la fin de la geurre au Nord- Kivu par le M23. Merci et a bientôt en ligne.
araine moza (maman shujaa)

arianemoza

Nancy Janus's picture

J'ai traduit votre journal

Bonjour,

J'ai traduit votre journal intéressant en anglais. Vous expliquez bien ce qui se passe au Congo. J'imagine que vous toutes peuvent respirer mieux en ce moment de paix.

Merci pour ce que vous avez écrit.

Nancy

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MARCH of November 6 in Bukavu in support of President Kabila for the return of peace to North-Kivu

Yesterday the women and the whole population of Bukavu marched in support of the president for having respected his commitment for the cessation of the war in the East of the Congo. In fact it has been since last November 4 that the FARDC took over control of all the zones in North -Kivu that had been held by the rebels of M 23.
The population, which has been exasperated by repetitive wars, even congratulated the soldiers by offering them sugarcane so that they could regain strength after having lost significant amounts of energy in the battlefield. That reveals the fact that the Congolese are exhausted from war and dream of nothing more than a permanent return to a durable peace.

The newspaper, La Prospérité announced in the headlines that “After the fall of the M 23, FDLR and its cohorts are in danger!” The newspaper recalls that Kabila had already given a warning last October 30 at the time of its last television release about the fall of Bunagana. Then Wednesday the paper emphasized the return there of Martin Kobler. At that time, the head of Monusco, having arrived at Goma, gave a severe warning to the FDLR, ADF-Nalu, Burundian FNL, and the LRA and its cohorts. Decidedly, stated the tabloid, the following of the military counter offensive announced itself decisively in the east of the DRC.

It is thus that the Forum des A’s advised that “after the dissolution of the M23: Monusco asks all the negative forces to put down their arms.” Le Potentiel echoes this subject regarding the head of Monusco, Martin Kobler. “We must put an end to this war…”

On the other hand the daily Forum des A’s warned, “the perspective on integration of certain elements of M23 in the FARDC and the apparatus of the state, is due to CNDP syndrome!” According to the paper, in order to avoid a repetition of the history of the CNDP, the Tanzanian Kikwete schema presuming an internal dialog in Rwanda and in Uganda should be taken seriously. “National cohesion in the DRC is more than an ideal, it is an imperative that doesn’t allow for perjury,” hammered the tabloid.

Otherwise the Reference Plus stated “The overtaking of Chanzu hands over its secrets; the discovery of 300 tons of M23 munitions.” Meanwhile the Potentiel indicated that nearly 6500 Congolese are refugees in Uganda following the fighting between the FARDC and the M 23.

Otherwise the Avenir states “after the defeat of the M23, Human Rights Watch drives in the nail.” The M23 recognized its defeat last Tuesday; “what apparently marks the end of the devastating attacks against civilians, lead in the DRC by this armed group supported by Rwanda. It is a matter of a big step forward, but the process of bringing to justice the authors of the crimes committed by all the camps in the framework of this conflict only has to begin,” writes the daily paper.
Source: RADIO OKAPI

mayele's picture

Merci

Merci beaucoup Nancy d'avoir si apprecié mon journal au point de le traduire en Anglais.cela me va droit au coeur,merci surtout de permettre au monde anglophone d'accèder à mon message .
MERCI

Mayele , Maman shujaa and World Pulse volunteer

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