Redefining the Role of the International Community in the DRC: Prioritizing Process, Politics and Fighting Impunity

ed. Pascal Kambale

DRCAG member Pascal Kambale makes an argument for the international community to support a political process through which the Congolese themselves – the government, oversight institutions, civil society, the opposition and organized armed groups – would design and agree on a set of reforms and processes to revitalize their constitutional democracy, bring peace to the troubled parts of the country, and put an end to the impunity for violent and economic crimes, which is one of the root causes of the recurrent security crisis.

DRCAG member Pascal Kambale makes an argument for the international community to support a political process through which the Congolese themselves – the government, oversight institutions, civil society, the opposition and organized armed groups – would design and agree on a set of reforms and processes to revitalize their constitutional democracy, bring peace to the troubled parts of the country, and put an end to the impunity for violent and economic crimes, which is one of the root causes of the recurrent security crisis.
Title
Redefining the Role of the International Community in the DRC: Prioritizing Process, Politics and Fighting Impunity
Author
ed. Pascal Kambale
Published
3/4/2013
Citation
Redefining the Role of the International Community in the DRC: Prioritizing Process, Politics and Fighting Impunity, ed. Pascal Kambale (3/4/2013).