Instead of giving President Joseph Kabila a free pass to cling to power, world leaders should endorse a plan to replace him.
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Despite a rare peaceful transition of power and relatively peaceful elections in the Central African Republic, the country remained insecure, unstable, and beset by serious human rights violations.
Political violence and government repression intensified in DR Congo in 2016 as President Joseph Kabila clung to power beyond his constitutionally mandated two-term limit, despite widespread opposition.
Otsieno NamwayaAfrica researcher
Burma - burning homes, shooting innocents; the Syrian refugees forced back to a war zone; North Korean girls have no support if they get raped; UK and Safe Schools; a "hellish twilight zone" in Iraq; political cartoonist arrested in Equatorial Guinea; forced disappearances in Turkey; & Greece holds migrant kids in police cells...
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