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Vol 41 No 23

Published 24th November 2000


Congo-Kinshasa

Bonding in Brussels

A new opposition alliance is trying to start talks between government and rebels

President Laurent-Désiré Kabila rejects the idea, enshrined in the Lusaka agreement of July 1999, of all-party talks about his country's constitutional future. He is not expected to be in Brussels on 24 November. Yet most of his political opponents are expected, at a meeting organised by Albert Mpeti, representative in Belgium of the Parti Démocrate Social Chrétien (PDSC).

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