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Congo-Kinshasa

Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary

Date of Birth: 29 November 1960
Place of Birth: Kasongo, Maniema Province, southern Congo-K


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Kabila corners Tshisekedi

Kabila cut a deal with Tshisekedi after the candidate for his own coalition Front Commun pour le Congo (FCC) candidate Emmanuel Shadary polled so poorly the country could have risen in revolt if he had been announced the winner...


Church claims sweeping opposition win

Rival opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi and the ruling coalition candidate Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary are trailing with around 20% each we hear (AC Vol 59 No 25 The Twelve Fixes of Christmas)...

Many of the thousands of new troops deployed across Congo-Kinshasa to suppress potential post-election violence especially in the case of a victory being declared for ruling party candidate Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary are ex-members of the disbanded pro-Rwanda militia the Mouvement du 23 mars (M23) Kinshasa military sources say...

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The Twelve Fixes of Christmas

Expectations of electoral chaos fraud and intimidation lead many to conclude that Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary one of President Joseph Kabila's ultra-loyalists will be declared the winner after the voters of Congo-Kinshasa go to the polls two days before Christmas...

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Militias flex their muscles

Earlier this month Congolese opposition politicians met in Geneva to pick a consensus candidate to run against Kabila's chosen successor Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary...


Kabila's two-front offensive

Many oppositionists believe that the nomination of Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary to stand in the presidential election in place of President Joseph Kabila means the continuation of the two-term head of state's rule in all but name...


One province’s perilous poll

If a unity candidate emerged to oppose Kabila's choice Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary local people are very likely to vote for him so hungry are they for change...


Kabila names his dauphin

But on 8 August President Joseph Kabila approved his former interior minister Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary as his chosen successor...


Backers and attackers

Angola's only possible interest in supporting Kabila and his chosen sucessor Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary would be to counter Rwanda's ambitions in the region...


Kabila's survival strategy

A Congolese delegation led by the then Interior Minister Emmanuel Shadary was sent to Luanda between 14 and 18 January ostensibly to talk about the Congo-Angola maritime border but in reality to organise Munene's return...


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