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In the Democratic Republic of Congo, there has been a mixed response from opposition parties and civil society to President Joseph Kabila's call for a political dialogue to sort out election issues. The biggest opposition party has given the president's call a mild welcome, while other opposition parties have mostly rejected it. Nick Long has more.
"The DRC's biggest opposition party, the UDPS, does not appear to have issued a public communiqué in response to the president's call for a dialogue. But UDPS spokesman Augustin Kabuya told VOA a dialogue is needed to settle electoral issues, without which elections cannot take place. Kabuya rejected accusations that the party plans to reach a power-sharing deal with President Kabila, allowing him to remain in power beyond his constitutional two-term limit. The other two main opposition groupings, known as the G7 and the Opposition Dynamic, issued a joint statement. The statement said Kabila's agenda for the dialogue clearly show he intends to stay in office. It also accused his government of many failings. Nick Long, Kinshasa."
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