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DISORDER AFTER DISORDER: Congo Constitutional Court Set Hearing For Correction of Errors Made by Its Judges in Appeal Cases of Shambolic Elections

The Democratic Republic of Congo’s Constitutional Court is on Monday, 15th April 2024 set to hold a public hearing to iron out the material errors made by its judgments who presided over the appeal cases of the shambolic National Deputy Elections.

On 12 March this year, the Constitutional Court threw out over 900 appeals contesting the elections of National Deputies, majority of the ruling and Fèlix Tshisekedi’s UDPS party, who won their seats using fraudulent and illegal means.

President of the Constitutional Court Dieudonné Kamuleta Badibanga, a puppet and Kasai errand boy of the Tshisekedi regime, had indicated that only 49 appeals were declared admissible and well-founded.

However, it has now emerged that the incompetent Constitutional Court who also declared impostor president Fèlix Tshisekedi, had made several errors in the dismissal of the appeals which it will now seat to correct.

“The registry of the Constitutional Court registered 1,123 cases for the entire Republic. After examining the sample of certain appeals due to their complexities, it took note of 21 withdrawals. It declared 525 cases inadmissible and 400 admissible but unfounded cases All these judgments are fully written and reasoned with the possibility of being consulted at the registry”, Judge Kamuleta said.

The DR Congo’s 2023 Electoral Process overseen by the Independent Electoral Commission (CENI) was marred by several irregularities including corruption, fraud and many other electoral malpractices that propelled Fèlix Tshisekedi and his UDPS party to illegitimate victory.

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