Write about DRC and Analyze the Political Development!
Write about DRC and analyze the political situations in the Democratic Republic of Congo! You can do this following the recent political events in this country or take the historical political scene of the DRC.
This is the site map number 24 in the HOA's Political Scene. It is here to organize browsing many pages about the politicsl development in the DRC and help readers connect easily with the relevant pages in this category.
Some intellectuals question that it was yet early for the Democratic Republic of Congo, DRC and the other African countries to get independent, because most of the people were yet to be educated!
This is indeed wrong estimation for many reasons.
The first reason is that the education had not been the purpose of the colonization. Under the plan of the colonization, people should remain illiterates. Yes, there were some schools opened at that time.
However, the purpose of those schools was to provide the colonial powers by syndicates to run the lower services in the states.
The second reason is that the colonial powers had developed national elites from some tribes to rely on them and used them to harass other tribes and played future similar problems for the colonized states to face divisions.
The following sources at the right column of the page highlight the past in the DRC. Many points of views are arguable here of course and the form on this page is the place to bring them into discussions.
So, treat the site map 24, Write about DRC, as a political FORUM for the Democratic Republic of Congo. To continue these lines link to DRC Political Scene.
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