??DRC elections unrest in opposition strongholds | Al JAzeera English – Kinshasa Video

Police in the Democratic Republic of Congo have fired tear gas on opposition protesters just days before presidential and parliamentary elections.
There’s anger after voting in some pro-opposition areas was postponed. People in Beni in eastern DRC take to the streets to protest against a decision by the electoral commission to postpone their election until March next year.
The country is due to go to the polls on Sunday.
Al Jazeera’s Catherine Soi has more from the capital Kinshasa.

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  1. Is that president serious lol…

  2. Thanks Obama! Make America And Israel Great Again 2019!

  3. African Presidents are just like one monkey jumping from one branch to another chasing each other for a banana

  4. A shame for a country with a doctor title…

  5. Go get weapons, that's what criminal dictators understand.

  6. People are tired of poverty it's a shame that a country of a rich mineral wealth is so poor because Europe and the rest world robs everything from this ground

  7. Wants help from the government on Ebola.
    Burns medical camps down.
    Okay Congo maybe you shouldn’t vote


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