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Stratégies à proposer pour mettre fin à l'insécurité socile dans la plaine de la Ruzizi à 'Uvira / Mutarule

Il ne se passe plus deux mois sans que la perte de vie humaine ne s'observe dans cette partie de la province du sud Kivu
Cette insécurité tire origine dans le veçu quotidien de la communauté Bafulero et Barundi
Une population devenu pauvre suite au manque d'emploi , une grande partie de la population sont des jeunes dont l'age varie entre 18 et 35 ans
Une partie vers l'est de la route principale qui mene vers Uvira est sous responsabilité de Barundi et vers l'Ouest est sous controle de Bafulero et une autre partie de plus de 15 km vers le coté Congo est sous controle d'un groupe communément appeller Barundi , ils ont dit-on deux nationalité Congolaise et Burundaise
Les pistes des solutions
Créer dans cette partie de la province une entreprise qui va regrouper 35 % de Bafulero , 35% de Barundi , 10% de Bashi , 10% de Babembe et 5 % de Barega
Les responsables au premier plan doivent etre de tribus qui ne sont pas ni Bafulero ni Barundi
Une fois chaque fin du moi ils se retrouvent gagnent un salaire ils ne feront plus la guerre et chaque jour ils sont préoccupés par les activités de l'entreprise
Responsable les opérateurs économiques de la province ou d'ailleurs à conditions que l'Etat allege les taxes à ces derniers
Il faudrait que le dossier Barundi dans ce coin de plus de 15 Km soit prise en consideration par l'Assemblée nationale et le Sénat pour definir la nationalité de ce groupe et en préciser les responsabilités
Car jusque là cette partie demeure confuse
Le dialogue sans que ces peuples souffrent de manque d'emploi ne vaut à rien c'est une voie stérile
Meme si l'Etat y amene toute une brigade l'insécurité ne peut pas s'ameliorer si cette proposition ci haute n'est pas prise en considération
C'est Anselme de l'Asbl Femmes et Enfants en Danger en siggle FED

English translation by community member emma520

Potential solutions to end the social insecurity in the Ruzizi Plain of ‘Unira/Mutarule

The South Kivu province has seen only two months without the loss of human life.

This insecurity has its origins in the daily life of the Bafulero and Barundi communities. The people have been grounded into poverty due to unemployment – a large part of the population are young people with ages varying between 18 and 35 years old.

One area on an eastern main route leading to Uvira is under the authourity of Barundi, another toward the West is under the control of Bafulero and another more than 15km toward the Congo coast is under the control of a community group called Barundi – they are told that they have two nationalities, Congolese and Burundian.

Potential Solutions:
In this part of the province, in order to create a working enterprise that consists of 35% Bafulero, 35% Barundi, 10% Bashi, 10% Babembe and 5% Barega, the responsibilities would at first need to be delegated to someone who is neither from Bafulero nor Barundi.

At the end of each month, they receive their salary’s wages - if they don’t engage in war and each day they are involved in the activities of the enterprise. They are the responsible economic operators of the state or otherwise on the condition that the State claims their taxes.

The Barundi dossier in a corner more than 15km away would have to be considered by the National Assembly and the Senate in order to define the group’s nationality and specify their responsibilities – for until then, this group remains divided.

Without dialogue, unemployment will make these people suffer, they will feel worthless and follow a road to nowhere. Even if the State brings a whole brigade, the insecurity won’t get better if this proposition isn’t considered.

Comments

MWAMINI's picture

Salut Anselme et courage ,

Salut Anselme et courage , votre journal doit eveiller la conscience des congolais, alors parlez si haut pourqu'ils comprennent.

Evelyne

emma520's picture

Bon courage Mafundwe

Bonjour Mafundwe - cette proposition me semble très logique et raisonnable. Bon chance, vous méritez le bonheur et la bonne santé pour vous et votre famille.

Emma

emma520's picture

Translation

Potential solutions to end the social insecurity in the Ruzizi Plain of ‘Unira/Mutarule

The South Kivu province has seen only two months without the loss of human life.

This insecurity has its origins in the daily life of the Bafulero and Barundi communities. The people have been grounded into poverty due to unemployment – a large part of the population are young people with ages varying between 18 and 35 years old.

One area on an eastern main route leading to Uvira is under the authourity of Barundi, another toward the West is under the control of Bafulero and another more than 15km toward the Congo coast is under the control of a community group called Barundi – they are told that they have two nationalities, Congolese and Burundian.

Potential Solutions:
In this part of the province, in order to create a working enterprise that consists of 35% Bafulero, 35% Barundi, 10% Bashi, 10% Babembe and 5% Barega, the responsibilities would at first need to be delegated to someone who is neither from Bafulero nor Barundi.

At the end of each month, they receive their salary’s wages - if they don’t engage in war and each day they are involved in the activities of the enterprise. They are the responsible economic operators of the state or otherwise on the condition that the State claims their taxes.

The Barundi dossier in a corner more than 15km away would have to be considered by the National Assembly and the Senate in order to define the group’s nationality and specify their responsibilities – for until then, this group remains divided.

Without dialogue, unemployment will make these people suffer, they will feel worthless and follow a road to nowhere. Even if the State brings a whole brigade, the insecurity won’t get better if this proposition isn’t considered.

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