Goma, May 31st, 2018 (CPA) .- National deputy Jean-Chrysostome Vahamwiti, elected from Lubero, lambasted the tribal impassion that haunt some minds of Nord Kivu, during talks last Tuesday with the deputy governor of the province of Nord Kivu, Feller Lutayichirwa Mulwahale.
“We cannot have political parties and political groupings in each tribe,” he lamented, before saying that the formation of regroupings came to put an end to the tribalisation of political life in DRC.
Regarding the voting machine, the deputy Vahamwiti noted the advantage of this tool introduced by the electoral center of DRC with the guarantee of transparency, before recommending electoral monitoring by witnesses for those who continue to doubt.
The deputy governor of Nord Kivu province received for talks a delegation of national deputies who are political party members of the Social Movement for Renewal (MSR), headed by national deputy Jean-Chrysostome Vahamwiti.
According to the host of the provincial authority, the envoys of this political party member of the Presidential Majority stay in Nord Kivu as part of the organization of an internal retreat “in preparation for the last assault of the electoral process “.