News headlines about the Democratic Republic of the Congo continue to alert us of unsettled political problems between the leading elites and between the territorial regions of the vast land of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
The Democratic Republic of the Congo has political stories that have not been written and thus read, Yet! Here they are in the Congo's section of the HOA Political Scene Blog.
This vast state of the Congo DRC cuts the way to democracy, justice and unity with one leg. The political and territorial problems are building up of constitutional defects. That's combined is the second leg, the politicians have amputated continuously, since the independence.
The painful sarcastic situation, which presents itself because of the severe existence of the DRC Political Problems, since the Independence Day in 1960, until this moment and throughout the entire DRC Political Scene, that painful sarcastic situation escalates to political tragicomedy.
The Congolese political tragicomedy is somehow as the same as political tragicomedies that are still present in so many African countries, since the day they gained independence. This could be the right indication and also the right conclusion that the national leaders have failed after hard periods of liberation struggle to build and run their independent states properly.
That might also indicate that they didn't have the right vision to see the demands of each free state for the right constitutional process for building strong nations. The right constitution for each state is the backbone of strong independent, democratic, secular and united land. It solves political differences and regional and territorial differences too.
You'll see this political tragicomedy very clear through the recent news headlines. However in some countries, the political tragicomedy differs, especially the political tragicomedy in Sudan, that plays everyday on the Sudanese Political Scene to present epical performance on the Sarcasm of the Sudanese Political Theatre.
Skeptical performance of politics in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has from decade to decade, since the independence presented the existence of different views of how to gain and remain in political powerful the leading political parties and how to preserve the political charisma of the Congolese leading figures.
That narrow political thinking had performed well to contribute to the political deterioration since that time, by ignoring the regional territorial demands for the right equality and the right integration to make the state well united and strong. It has always been the core of missing the right point of how to rule a big land with all the big differences it has in all of its territories.
The centre of thinking has always been focused on how to build the political parties and prepare them to be strong and assume power. So, the core of the political struggle has been concentrated on building the political parties and fostering the charisma of their leaders at the expense of the state.
In addition, many leaders has also and until this moment regional territorial differences through which they see that, the regions they represent should have the political power, meaning to dominate other regions and that is not for the sake of the regions, but is only for the sake of the leaders to control the vast land of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
In such cases, where national conscience is absent, and only personal selfishness persists, the catastrophe is inevitable.
This is in fact what the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is living every day, despite all of the process of settling political and regional territorial differences that are presented in the last constitution, which was approved in a referendum, and promulgated on February 18, 2006 by President Joseph Kabila.
In fact, that constitution, which is the sixth constitution since the independence in 1960 has also not big differences from the other constitutions, as it also ignores vital settlement factors focusing on legal framework and concentrates on the leadership.
Well, it is all about constitutionalising the state properly, everywhere and not only the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
In the Congolese section, you'll get the right reading of the consitutions in the DRC. You'll see how every constitution written after the first constitution as been done only by adding or replacing phrases from other constitutions.
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