Nangaa gives a boost in the former Katanga, in the North and South Kivu

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Nangaa gives a boost in the former Katanga, in the North and South Kivu

Supervision and inspection tour of the operations of revision of the electoral register in the provinces of Upper Katanga, Haut Lomami, Lualaba, Tanganyika, South Kivu and North Kivu by the President of CENI.

Since Wednesday, 21 December 2016, the President of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), His Excellency Corneille NANGAA YOBELUO, has embarked on a major tour of supervision and field inspection of the identification and enlistment operations Voters to obtain the new voter card in the provinces of Operational Area 1 and 2.

Kinshasa party, last Wednesday, Corneille NANGAA began his tour in the province of Upper Katanga where he arrived in Lubumbashi the same day. The main objective of this major tour is to point the finger at the realities of the terrain in order to better absorb the evolution of the operation of the revision of the electoral register. On the spot in Lubumbashi, Corneille NANGAA presented his civilities to the provincial authority, held the meeting of the consultation framework with the forces of the province, raising awareness and mobilizing both for mass participation Of the population to the revision of the electoral register. Several Registration Centers were visited on site by the President of CENI.

It should be noted that the CENI Rapporteur, who is also on duty in that province, accompanied by the CENI / Haut Katanga Provincial Executive Secretary, traveled successively to Kasumbalesa, Kipushi, Kambove and Likasi to realize the evolution of the operations of identification and enrollment of voters on the ground.

After the supervision of the operation of identification and enlistment of voters in the province of Upper Katanga, CENI President NANGAA YOBELUO continued his mission in the province of Lualaba where he arrived in Kolwezi. On site, presentation of civilities, animation of the consultation framework and visit of the registration centers. Here, as in Lubumbashi, the Operation of the Revision of the Electoral Record is proceeding normally, for proof, Corneille NANGAA YOBELUO reassured himself of the operation in the downtown of Kalemie, the Primary School Providence as well as Bakita II. Very satisfied, the boss of the Central Electoral Office declared that the “Revision of the Electoral File continues its normal course”.

Same observation in the province of Upper Lomami where, in Kamina, the President of CENI pointed the finger at the smooth running of the operations: presentation of civilities to the Governor of Province, Mr. Célestin MBUYI KABANGO, animation of the consultation framework, Of registration have punctuated the stay of Corneille NANGAA in this part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. On the spot, accompanied by experts from the CENI and structures specialized in the electoral field, Crow NANGAA was reassured of the smooth running of the operations.

Concerned about the smooth running of operations in the province of Tanganyika, the president of CENI arrived in Kalemie where he was welcomed by Provincial Governor Richard NGOY KITANGALA. On the occasion of the presentation of civilities, the President of the CENI had firm assurances from the provincial governor Richard NGOY KITANGALA, who promises to be personally involved in solving the security question that arises in certain parts of this province in order to Enabling the conduct of voter identification and enlistment operations in a peaceful environment.

After the four provinces from ex. Katanga, Corneille NANGAA took over his pilgrim’s baton, in the direction of the province of South Kivu. On Sunday, December 25, 2016, Christmas Day, the President of CENI arrived in Bukavu. On the spot: presentation of the civilities, holding of the concertation framework and visit of the registration centers. In Bukavu, Corneille Nangaa is pleased with the speed with which enrollment takes place in this city.

During an exchange with the press, the president of the Central Electoral Office said: “In the whole of the province of South Kivu we made a forecast of about 2,277,860 people to enroll in our 824 offices. ‘enrollment. The operation was launched on 13 December and by 31 December 2016, all offices will be opened. The challenges are more at the village level. We will do everything to enroll only Congolese. In border provinces like this, there is a law that allows us to identify only the Congolese. Identity documents, such as birth certificates, passports and so on, will be required to avoid falling on strangers, “said Corneille Nangaa.

This tour of the President of the CENI continues in the province of North Kivu where Corneille NANGAA arrived this Monday 26 December in Goma. As soon as he landed on the plane, he visited a Registration Center. Meanwhile, in Kinshasa, the Vice President of the CENI, surrounded by the other Members, had an important working session with the national elected representatives from the province of Tanganyika.

Working session between the Independent National Electoral Commission and the national elected representatives of the province of Tanganyika

CENI Vice-President, Mr. Norbert BASENGEZI KATINTIMA, chaired on Monday, December 26, 2016, at the headquarters of the Electoral Center, a working meeting with the national elected officials of the province of Tanganyika on the conduct of the operation Revision of the electoral register in this part of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Accompanied by the Members of the Bureau, the Plenary Assembly, the National Executive Secretary and the Deputy National Executive Secretary of the CENI, the exchanges between the two parties were very enriching. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the evolution of the operations of identification and enrollment of voters in the province of Tanganyika.

On behalf of the President of CENI on a mission of supervision and inspection in the provinces of the first and second operational areas of the revision of the electoral register, the Vice-President of CENI opened the proceedings by welcoming and expressing his Thanks to the elected representatives of Tanganyika for having responded to the invitation of the CENI.

The state of the operations of identification and enlistment of the voters of the province of Tanganyika

In his presentation, the Vice-President of CENI gave information on the monitoring data at the close of the operation of the revision of the electoral register in the pilot province of Nord-Ubangi informing that the rate of achievement of the Enrollment is 803,000 enrolled ie 95% of which 45% of women and 55% of men. Data for 2006 and 2011 show that women had 52% and men 48%, he added.

Regarding transparency and collaboration, the CENI Vice-President provided information to Tanganyika elected officials on training, logistics and deployment of equipment, statistical data and operational hotspots ( Risk and threats). Enrollment is going very well in Kalemie, there is a boat that has brought all the equipment to Moba and today there are two wagons that drive the materials to Kongolo, Kabalo and Nyunzu. The training is going well in five territories and it will end soon in the Manono. The CENI will go with the deputies everywhere with the electoral kits. In order to appease the spirits, the CENI will engage the Bantu as the Pygmies in the enrollment centers because the CENI needs everybody; And the more conflict there is the less there will be elected and the less “war” there will be elected. Pygmies like Bantou we are all Congolese, let’s put together, launched Norbert BASENGEZI. The Tanganyika has 16 seats can be there will be pygmies and they have to enlist like everyone else. By the end of this week, electoral kits will be deployed in the territories of Nyunzu, Manono, Kabalo, Moba, Kongolo and Kalemie with MPs from Tanganyika who have an impact on the population.

For her part, Vicky KATUMWA, Member of Parliament for Kalemie, said: “The CENI Vice-President brought together the national MPs elected from the new province of Tanganyika to talk about the awareness campaign on voter enlistment because That the enlistment phase has already begun in their province and the security situation in the 6 territories of Tanganyika. The vice president of the CENI made us aware of the operation of identification and enlistment of the voters, so that we would also sensitize the voters of Tanganyika to a massive participation. Our desire and desire is to safeguard our 16 seats and it is in our interest as national MPs to make the population aware that there is first of all peace between the population and that every world that has the right to enlist Get his new voter card. The Congolese woman constituting 52% of the population has every interest to enroll. We also have the duty today to sensitize the Congolese woman so that this woman goes enlist. She is not allowed to remain in household duties but she is Congolese, she is a citizen, she also has the duty to go enlist as men do.

Regarding transparency and collaboration, the CENI Vice-President provided information to Tanganyika elected officials on training, logistics and deployment of equipment, statistical data and operational hotspots ( Risk and threats). Enrollment is going very well in Kalemie, there is a boat that has brought all the equipment to Moba and today there are two wagons that drive the materials to Kongolo, Kabalo and Nyunzu. The training is going well in five territories and it will end soon in the Manono. The CENI will go with the deputies everywhere with the electoral kits. In order to appease the spirits, the CENI will engage the Bantu as the Pygmies in the enrollment centers because the CENI needs everybody; And the more conflict there is the less there will be elected and the less “war” there will be elected. Pygmies like Bantou we are all Congolese, let’s put together, launched Norbert BASENGEZI. The Tanganyika has 16 seats can be there will be pygmies and they have to enlist like everyone else. By the end of this week, electoral kits will be deployed in the territories of Nyunzu, Manono, Kabalo, Moba, Kongolo and Kalemie with MPs from Tanganyika who have an impact on the population.

For her part, Vicky KATUMWA, Member of Parliament for Kalemie, said: “The CENI Vice-President brought together the national MPs elected from the new province of Tanganyika to talk about the awareness campaign on voter enlistment because That the enlistment phase has already begun in their province and the security situation in the 6 territories of Tanganyika. The vice president of the CENI made us aware of the operation of identification and enlistment of the voters, so that we would also sensitize the voters of Tanganyika to a massive participation. Our desire and desire is to safeguard our 16 seats and it is in our interest as national MPs to make the population aware that there is first of all peace between the population and that every world that has the right to enlist Get his new voter card. The Congolese woman constituting 52% of the population has every interest to enroll. We also have the duty today to sensitize the Congolese woman so that this woman goes enlist. She is not allowed to remain in household duties but she is Congolese, she is a citizen, she also has the duty to go enlist as men do.

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