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Congo-Kinshasa

Jean-Pierre Bemba

Date of Birth: 4 November 1962


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Analysis

With the elections over President Joseph Kabila's government can use its legitimacy to crush all dissent not only oppositionist Jean-Pierre Bemba's armed guards but unarmed protestors too...


The bashing of Bemba

His troops decisively defeated the guard of Jean-Pierre Bemba who had lost last year's presidential election...


A frontier affair

Outgoing Foreign Minister Raymond Ramazani from Jean-Pierre Bemba's Mouvement de Libération du Congo (MLC) officially protested against an 'unacceptable' incursion to the Angolan Chargé d'Affaires in Kinshasa...


Winner takes (almost) all

Already in January the AMP had refused to admit Jean-Pierre Bemba's Union pour la Nation (UN) to any chairmanships of parliamentary committees thus reducing the chance that Bemba's people will cooperate in making the new institutions work...


On the brink

The presidential runner-up Jean-Pierre Bemba of the Mouvement de Libération du Congo (MLC) has reluctantly accepted defeat and said he will stand as senator for Kinshasa; his support is strong in the capital...


Generals and lawyers

Marie-Thérèse Nlandu Mpolo-Nene a Kinshasa lawyer is a member of Jean-Pierre Bemba’s Union pour la Nation coalition...


After the results

The streets of Kinshasa were eerily quiet for hours on 15 November after the Commission Electorale Indépendente (CEI) had announced that Joseph Kabila had won the second round of the elections with 58% against his rival Jean-Pierre Bemba's 42%...


One of us cannot be wrong

Tensions are rising again following the burning down on 18 September of presidential candidate Jean-Pierre Bemba's main propaganda outlets the studios of Canal Congo Télévision Canal Kin TV and Radio Liberté in Kinshasa...

Not around Jean-Pierre Bemba but around his objectives...


Explosive results

Instead there will be a run-off between Joseph Kabila (45 per cent) and Jean-Pierre Bemba (20 per cent) on 29 October...


Troubled talks

From the beginning the Ugandan side has stressed it wants to keep the military option open a point reaffirmed by President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni last week when he said that Congo's President Joseph Kabila and Vice-President Jean-Pierre Bemba (both awaiting election results) had agreed in principle to take military action against LRA positions in Congo if talks fail...


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