12 Things You Didn’t Know About Term-Limit Protests In DRC

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Written by Keren Mikva

Violence erupted in the Democratic Republic of Congo in mid-January after the lower house of Parliament passed legislation that would delay the 2016 presidential election. Opponents of President Joseph Kabila took to the streets, clashing violently with government security forces. A watered-down version of the law was approved. Here are 12 things you didn’t know about election law protests in DRC.

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