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Vol 45 No 17

Published 27th August 2004


Long haul, slow progress

The small advances made since Congo-Kinshasa's transitional arrangements began work in July 2003 include the creation of a Parliament, a Truth and Reconciliation Commission and an integrated army command, which are all dithering on fundamental issues. Several issues urgently need looking at...

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