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Les vendeurs du Beach MUHAZI boudent les autorités du Sud-Kivu.

Aujourd’hui, il y a un incident qui se passait au Beach-Muhanzi entre les vendeurs et les autorités de la Province du SUD KIVU à la la place du 24 de n’avoir pas respecté la convention autour du marché public de depuis une décennie, mais, ceux-ci chassés et leur occuper par l’ordre du gouverneur du SUD KIVU sans poser la question de la hiérarchie de la SNCC qui réclame son terrain qui est un domaine privé et décide d’évacuer les nouveaux occupants. Les vendeurs se retrouvent maintenant nul après même avoir étaient rançonner par les responsables du marché de MUHANZI. Ce matin du Samedi 12/07/2014 tous les victimes ont manifesté par des actions autour du feu avec les pneus sur la route qui de la place du 24 vers Hôpital général de BUKAVU en jetant de la pierre. Aux envers de 10hoo’ la police était là pour intervention pour calmer la situation.
Oui, nous observons ce jour des chocs.

English translation by community member Nancy Janus

The vendors of MUHAZI Beach encounter the authorities of South-Kivu

Today an incident occurred between the vendors and the authorities of the province of South Kivu at Plaza 24, for failing to respect the regulations about the public market for a decade They were hunted down and taken over by order of the governor of South Kivu without questioning the heads of the SNCC that demanded its private land and decided to throw out the new occupants. The vendors are meeting now at night after even having been swindled by the heads of the MUHANZI market. The morning of Saturday, July 12, 2014, all the victims demonstrated by setting fire to tires on the road going from Plaza 24 to the General Hospital of Bukavu, and throwing rocks. Around 10:00 the police came to intervene and calm the situation.
Yes, we witnessed a shocking day.

Comments

Nancy Janus's picture

J'ai traduit votre journal

Bonjour Brigitte,

J'ai traduit votre journal en anglais. Il parait que le 12 Juillet a été un jour choquant pour vous toutes. J'espère que la situation reste calmée!

Continuez à écrire. Comme ça nous savons ce qui se passe dans votre région.

Bien à vous,

Nancy

Mauwa Brigitte's picture

Merci pour votre commentaire

Nancy,
La situation semble être calmer mais les femmes continuent à souffrir pour leurs objets sont confisqué par la police pour avoir exposer les objets sur la route, la conjoncture actuelle obligent de faire un effort pour faire la famille, dont la misère bas record dans plusieurs familles.

Brigitte

Nancy Janus's picture

Translation

The vendors of MUHAZI Beach encounter the authorities of South-Kivu

Today an incident occurred between the vendors and the authorities of the province of South Kivu at Plaza 24, for failing to respect the regulations about the public market for a decade They were hunted down and taken over by order of the governor of South Kivu without questioning the heads of the SNCC that demanded its private land and decided to throw out the new occupants. The vendors are meeting now at night after even having been swindled by the heads of the MUHANZI market. The morning of Saturday, July 12, 2014, all the victims demonstrated by setting fire to tires on the road going from Plaza 24 to the General Hospital of Bukavu, and throwing rocks. Around 10:00 the police came to intervene and calm the situation.
Yes, we witnessed a shocking day.

Mauwa Brigitte's picture

Thank you very much

Nancy!
Courage to translate my journal.

Brigitte

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