DR Congo: Parliament Votes To Remove Prime Minister

The Democratic Republic of Congo Parliament has voted to remove Sylvestre Ilunga Ilunkamba the Prime Minister of the country, this was done during a parliamentary meeting in Kinshasa. The dismissal has a lot to do with the political dispute in the country.

The Prime Minister boycotted the meeting naming it ill-conceived under the constitution and inner guidelines of parliament.

The meeting was additionally boycotted by supportive of Kabila party Mps who likewise focused on that the parliament meeting had no order ability to coordinate the vote as indicated by the constitution.

President Félix Tshisekedi and his two new partners actually disagree on the arrangements of a few heads of significant organizations, following the finish of the collusion among him and previous president Joseph Kabila. The post of Prime Minister and authority of the National Assembly’s office are in dispute.