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“Congo River Alliance” and the future of Eastern Congo

The “March 23” rebel movement known as “M23” and some figures opposing the Congolese political regime in Kenya, most notably the former head of the Congolese Elections Commission, “Corneille Nangaa” announced the formation of an alliance called the “Congo River Alliance in Nairobi”, which includes a number of armed groups spread in the former Eastern Province in northeastern Congo and in “Katanga” region in the southeast of the country, besides those who spread in the “Kivus” regions in the east and “Ituri” in the northeast, in addition to a number of social and political organizations in Congo that oppose Congolese President Felix Tshisekedi.

The timing of the announcement of this alliance was critical, as it came a few days before the presidential elections in Congo on December 20, and the emergence of such alliances between armed groups would increase the burdens and security challenges on the Congolese authorities, which are meant to secure the electoral process against any acts of violence.

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