DRC: UDPS Young Professionals Association challenges Tshisekedi on “strengthening national cohesion”
Via a memorandum addressed to the President of the Republic, a copy of which was received at 7SUR7.CD on Friday 22 February 2019, the association of young professionals of the youth league of the Union for Democracy and Social Progress, “LJUDPS Féd. Pro “, proposes a series of measures aimed at strengthening cohesion and national unity in the DRC.
It offers :
– the establishment of a methodical and thorough calendar of repatriations and burials of the leading figures in the history of the country;
– the reservation of dignified funerals and a place, or an avenue that will bear the name of each of them in each provincial capital, and also record their acts in the history books of the country’s teaching.
“It’s about Moses Tshombe; Joseph Désiré Mobutu, Étienne Tshisekedi; Patrice Emery Lumumba; Joseph Kasa-Vubu; Emmanuel Kataliko; Mamadou Ndala “, reads in this memo.
In addition, these young people evoke:
- a policy of cohesion and national integration “which should push the central government to connect the different provincial capitals to each other by road, rail and / or regular aircraft (even fortnightly);
- the existence of partnerships or twinning between different cities, in order to exchange officials from different cities …
According to the signatories of the memorandum, the expected results through their proposals are:
- to reconcile the political history of the country with the Nation;
- the means of communication between the different provinces will lead to the circulation of goods and populations, and the links of national cohesion will grow.
The federation of young professionals of the youth league of the UDPS is led by Flory Mapamboli.