After the Opposition who has suspended her participation in the foundation of dialogue, the unified lumumbiste Party threatens to leave the ship. In an official statement signed by Patriarch Antoine Gizenga, the party member of the presidential majority has openly expressed its « concern over the opacity of the objectives of the inclusive national dialogue ».PALU claims to have been put off « the options exercised by its partners for subjects in discussions in this national dialogue ».
Consequently, the main ally of the MP requires clarification from his peers and holds a meeting with the moral authority of the presidential platform, Joseph Kabila.
« The unified lumumbiste Party regrets that it is not sufficiently involved in the options exercised by its partners for subjects in discussions in this national dialogue. It has evolved in this dialogue so far amid trust and loyalty due to its allies. Thus, he expresses at this stage, concern about the opacity around the objectives of this national dialogue. He expects to share this with his ally, Comrade Joseph Kabila, President of the Republic and Head of State, to allow it to speak out about it as soon as possible », it said in this release.
In the meantime, the PALU recalled its troops delegated to the dialogue taking place in the city of the African Union. Gizengist, together, will decide in the near future as to its final position.