December 8th, local time, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, members of the parliament fought fiercely in the hall, causing chaos.
Foreign media said that lawmakers threw buckets and chairs in the fight, and at least one man was carried away with bleeding on his head.
On the 6th, President Dzisekdi announced his plan to form a new coalition government and warned that if he could not do so, he might be forced to dissolve Parliament.
About two-thirds of the current coalition government is from the “Front of Common Congo” led by former President Joseph Kabila, which aroused dissatisfaction among Kabila’s camp, which they called illegal.
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