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TREASON: Opposition Leader Files Civil Complaint Against President Tshisekedi For Treason

Opposition leader Michel Okongo has filed a civil suit in the Constitutional Court citing President Félix Tshisekedi for high treason.

Michel Okongo, president of the Unity of Values ​​party, says the decision by President Tshisekedi to make the Democratic Republic of Congo without parliamentary approval was unconstitutional.

Okongo has since filed the suit with the General Prosecutor’s Office at the Constitutional Court arguing that the decision to integrate the DRC into the East AfricanCommunity of States was wrong as it had surrendered the country into the jaws of the aggressor prompting calls of its balkanization.

He also says his action was motivated by the fact that the Congolese head of state has “failed” to ensure his constitutional duty to safeguard the unity of the Republic and the integrity of the national territory.

According to him, “our country’s membership in the EAC is an infernal trap that threatens the existence of our country as a free and independent nation.

“The situation is serious. The EAC Treaty to which Head of State Félix-Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo, Prime Minister Jean-Michel Sama Lukonde Kyenge, President of the National Assembly Christophe Mboso Kodia Pwanga and President of the Senate Modeste Bahati Lukwebo made provides for the dissolution of our Parliament in favor of the legislative structures of the EAC (see article 8 of the Treaty.

“By its article 4, the EAC Treaty gives the power and the legal capacity to the Community to acquire Congolese lands, to hold them, to manage them and to cede them to other countries.”

Okongo says the EAC Treaty was unacceptable and had fuelled the crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo.



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