DRC: New informant Modeste Bahati Lukwebo starts his consultations

Modeste Bahati Lukwebo, was appointed on 31 December as an informant. He starts his consultations on January 20. He announced this on Tuesday 19 January during a press conference held in Kinshasa.
Modeste Bahati Lukwebo said he was confident for the mission of the informant entrusted to him, that of identifying a new parliamentary majority after the break-up of the FCC-CACH coalition.
For Senator Bahati, the consultations will be carried out at a sustained pace: “We will issue the invitations so that each day we can receive three or four political groups and so that in a week’s time we will have completed these hearings”.
Within Lamuka’s ranks, some voices are already rejecting rapprochement with the sacred Union. Bahati Lukwebo’s reply: “And so, as long as there is no writing in this sense, I consider that these are free expressions. And all we can advise is moderation because we are in a process of transformation”.
On what is this trust based? “In view of the difficult situation that our country is going through, every political actor must feel called upon to change things, to move towards good governance.
Senator Modeste Bahati Lukwebo was accompanied by the close circle that works with him, including Samy Badibanga, Vice-President of the Senate and close to President Felix Tshisekedi.

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