L’arm√©e congolaise remporte de pr√©cieuses victoires √† Rutshuru et Kiwanja

L’arm√©e congolaise remporte de pr√©cieuses victoires √† Rutshuru et Kiwanja

Publié : le 27 octobre 2013 à 21:03 | Par Charis Basoko | Catégorie: Actualité
Ce dimanche 27 octobre 2013 les FARDC ont r√©cup√©r√© le territoire de Rutshuru et la localit√© de Kiwanja jusqu’il y a peu occup√©s par les rebelles du M23 .

le colonel Mamadou Ndala, chef des operations militaires des FARDC au Nord-Kivu
La prise de Kiwanja a eu lieu vers 10h heure locale apr√®s de violents combats ayant contraint les rebelles √† se d√©guiser en civils pour tromper la vigilance de vaillants soldats de l’arm√©e congolaise. Lors de l’op√©ration, un casque bleu tanzanien a √©t√© tu√©, selon Belga.
Quant √† la localit√© de Rutshuru, elle est tomb√©e vers 15h45 heure locale entra√ģnant des sc√®nes de liesse de la population locale . ¬ę Les militaires FARDC ont √©t√© triomphalement accueillis…les populations √©talent des pagnes √† leur passage, leur donne √† manger et √† boire. C’est l’euphorie totale. ¬Ľ a d√©clar√© √† AFP, un habitant de Rutshuru.
A Kibumba, il y aurait encore de la r√©sistance sur la colline de Hehu tr√®s proche du Rwanda. Toutefois, selon le mouvement de jeunes congolais LUCHA (Lutte pour le changement) les FARDC sont d√©termin√©s √† poursuivre l’offensive ce soir afin de r√©cup√©rer tous les territoires occup√©s par les rebelles du M23.
Le M23 a quant √† lui dans un communiqu√© de ce dimanche 27 octobre d√©clar√© que ¬ę si la m√©diation du dialogue n’obtenait pas la cessation imm√©diate des hostilit√©s en faveur de la reprise des pourparlers de Kampala, notre Mouvement se verrait dans l’obligation de retirer ses d√©l√©gu√©s de Kampala et organiser une contre-offensive de grande envergure contre toutes les positions ennemies. ¬Ľ
Charis Basoko
Jambonews.net

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  1. Daniil dijo:

    Mostly agree with what everyone’s syniag about the right political process a (hopefully) revitalized UN mandate for MONUSCO could achieve. To add my worthless two cents:-This UN super envoy must be ballsy. By that I mean, he or she must be very willing to put the fear of god in all the participants and thus must be empowered to do so from all the members on the Security Council. A real head butter. My preference would be former Governor, UN Rep, and son of Mexican migrant workers/American success story, Bill Richardson. -Political reform in Rwanda must also be on the agenda. -I would limit participants to the following: Kinshasa, the Congolese opposition, Rwanda, M23, other armed groups, Uganda, Burundi, Angola, and Tanzania. -The mediator at the ICGLR should be changed to a Tanzanian. My preference here would be the remarkable Dr. Anna Kajumulo Tibajuka. I’d further like to see a clear deadline for coming up with the peace deal so as to clearly telegraph to all sides that this is serious and not simply more time to gear up for more war. -The final deal must have clear benchmarks, milestones, and deadlines all the relevant parties must agree to fulfill with clear consequences for missing any of them. Sure, the UN is good at creating peace but, as the Balkan and current Congo example makes clear, really bad at implementation and follow up. -I’d like to see some kind of ICGLR Coordinating Committee, with representatives from all the various parties, serve as the main vehicle of implementing the accords. Ask Howie Buffett to pay for it. Ideally, this committee could have a research arm that replaces the UN Group of Experts that is entirely led and managed by Africans from the relevant countries that are parties to the peace accord. -I’d also like to see some way to empower Congolese, Ugandan, and Rwandan political institutions- perhaps their respective national assemblies- that allows citizens in each country to hold their governments to account to implementing the peace deal. The ICGLR process applies pressure from above and there will need to be another lever to apply it from below . Perhaps my ICGLR Coordinating Committee is made up of elected representatives from all three countries? -Finally, I’d like to see some kind of resolution at the UN or AU that places a series of increasingly severe sanctions on the parties to the accord for failing to implement or outright violations of the accord. And I mean VERY severe. Perhaps all IMF/World Bank aid is tied to the benchmarks of the peace plan. Mel

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