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19 septembre 2014 5 19 /09 /septembre /2014 15:45

Lobbying en Afrique du Sud contre la démarcation suspicieuse des frontières Kongolaises

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To His Excellency Mister Jacob Zuma, 
The President of the Republic of South Africa
The Presidency of the Republic of South Africa
Pretoria, Republic of South Africa 
September 05, 2014

The Congolese Citizens
PO Box 5743, Cresta, 2118
Thecongolesec@gmail.com

Ref.: 0143/CC/GM/JM/014

His Excellency Mister the President,

RE: Request for assistance to postpone the final meeting for the delimitation of the boarders between the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo) and the Republic of Rwanda (Rwanda).
We refer to the above and the letter sent to yourselves on 12th March 2014 in the annexure to this, and would like to request your distinguish assistance to postpone the process of the final meeting for the delimitation of the boarders between DR Congo and Rwanda scheduled in Rwanda from the 15th to the 19 th of September 2014.

His Excellency Mister the President,
The delimitation of the boarders of DR Congo is of the highly national interest as per the security and sovereignty as well as the integrity of the territories of the country. However, the current process between DR Congo and Rwanda, as recommended respectively by the International Conference on Greats Lakes Region knwon as CIRGL, the Southern African Development Community (SADC), and the African Union (AU) is conducted without the implication of the primary sovereign which is the Congolese people represented in and by the parliament. This started on 4th to 7th of August in Goma, and on 25th to the 30th of August on boarders, respectively for determination and checking of boarders while the DR Congolese parliament still on holiday; without prior notice, acknowledgment, debate and/or mandate of such national important institution, and the primary sovereign.

His Excellency Mister the President,
As outlined in our previous letter cited above that, this vicious process of the delimitation of the boarders expose the security, sovereignty and the integrity of the territories of the DR Congo in danger, based on the malicious and plots against our country by our eastern neighbours particularly Rwanda, in which the experience demonstrate and prove their persistence to occupy, in all means the eastern territories of the DR Congo, and this despite the efforts of SADC in general, and the Republic of South Africa (South Africa) in particular, to bring peace, security and stability in DR Congo.

Therefore, due to it most national interest for the safeguard of the security, sovereignty and the territorial integrity of DR Congo, we would like to appeal, His Excellency Mister the President, to your distinguished assistance in your capacity of the President of South Africa, as well as the Chairperson of the SADC Troika (Political, Defence, and Security) for the postponement for at least a month, of the final meeting for the delimitation of the boarders between DR Congo and Rwanda scheduled from the 15th to the 19th of September 2014 in Rwanda, and strongly recommend the implication of the primary sovereign for the review of the entire process prior to that final meeting.

We hereby, appreciate in advance, His Excellency Mister the President, your personal intervention, attention and consideration reserved to the concern.

Sincerely yours,

For and on behalf of The Congolese Citizens, DR Congo

Joseph Diamena Matundu Golden Misabiko
MCom - Business Mgnt (UNISA) Human Rights Defender
Phone: +27 76 188 0417 / +27 81 424 9935 Nominee MEA 2006
Email: jdmatundu@gmail.com Leader of DR Congo Civil Society 
Skype: joseph.matundu Human Rights Expert and Protected 

CC:
1. The Chairperson of AU,
2. The Chairperson of SADC,
3. The Chairperson in charge of the Greats Lakes Region of the ANC,
4. The Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Affairs of South Africa,
5. The Speaker of the Parliament of South Africa.

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