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Vol 54 No 6

Published 15th March 2013


Congo-Kinshasa

M23 may be close to a deal

Moves are afoot to reintegrate the rebels, ending the revolt by agreeing to their demands and putting Jean-Bosco Ntaganda out in the cold

The Mouvement du 23 mars appears close to a peace agreement with President Joseph Kabila, Africa Confidential has learned. A violent split in M23 at the end of February saw serious fighting between the dominant, Rwandan-supported Sultani Makenga faction and the minority behind the ex-leader of the Congrès national pour la défense du peuple (CNDP), General Jean-Bosco Ntaganda .

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