Change of government: “There is no deadlock in the discussions within the Holy Union”, (Augustine Kabuya)

The General Secretary of the Union for Democracy and Social Progress (UDPS) during his discussion with the press on Saturday, March 12, 2023 in Kananga in the Kasaï-Central province, addressed several current issues in the country, in particular the observed delay after the announcement of the changes in Sama Lukonde’s government.

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According to Augustine Kabuya, “there is no deadlock” in the negotiations within the Sacred Nation Alliance for this realignment.

Augustine Kabuya, UDPS General Secretary

The issue of reorganization falls under the discretion of the head of state, there is no blockage, if someone tells you there is a blockage, the person who told you there is a blockage, he can also tell you in advance that there is such a blockage ”, he answered a question on 7SUR7.CD.

The chief secretary of the ruling party explains why it has come to this turn of events.

Why are we even talking about this reorganization of the government, you know very well that there are several ministers from the Ensemble de Katumbi, as usual, when he sees that we are going to the end, he says that I am resigning to create relevance. The Ministers of Planning, Transport and the Deputy Minister of Health from the Ensemble de Katumbi left, before there was the Minister of Economy who was fired, four people left the government, it is necessary to expand, is it that to give concreteness to a debate is necessary“, he recalled.

We must recall that the Head of State, Felix Tshisekedi, announced on Friday, January 13, 2023, during the Council of Ministers, the impending reshuffle of Sama Lukonde’s government.

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7sur7 / The Belt, via thebelt.info

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