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Ne Mwanda Nsemi
His Excellency The President
Federal Republic of Central Kongo

Son Excellence Le Président
République Fédérale du Kongo Central

 

P.A. Tamankueno Muana-Muele
Prime Minister
Federal Republic of Central Kongo

Premier Ministre
République Fédérale du Kongo Central


ABAKO PARTI POLITIQUE DE L’INDEPENDANCE SOUS SA REPRESENTATION DE LA GRANDE BRETAGNE

POURQUOI UNE AUTODETERMINATION DU KONGO CENTRAL

8 September 2008

Tout a commencé de loin. L’idéologie vient de loin. L’homme meurt mais l’idéologie reste. Et personne ne peut changer l’histoire du Kongo Central. Les hommes qui soutiennent une idéologie quelconque peuvent mourir, maltraités, persécutés, arrêtés, intimidés, mais lorsque l’idéologie a été bien enseigné et comprise et continue d’être enseigné, tÔt ou tard même si des générations passent, un jour celui qui reconnait chaque peuple dans sa terre remettra le Kongo Central sous tutelle de son peuple. L’Alliance des Bakongo en sigle ABAKO, parti politique de l’indépendance sous sa représentation de la Grande Bretagne rappelle que la voie de l’indépendance en République Démocratique du Congo fut ouverte lorsque le mouvement de contestation de masse a manifesté le 4 janvier 1959 lors d’une interdiction d’un meeting de l’alliance des Bakongo. Ce parti de l’indépendance fondé par l’inoubliable grand père et père EDMOND NZEZA NLANDU, dirigé par son premier président du parti et premier président de la République Démocratique du Congo, Monsieur Joseph Kasa Vubu.

Cette interdiction a déclenchée une émeute à Léopoldville aujourd’hui Kinshasa. Cette émeute sévèrement réprimée causa des morts.

La Belgique et son Roi s’engagèrent à conduire les Congolais à l’indépendance et annonce pour les élections locales au suffrage universel et des conseils communaux dans tous les centres urbains.

Le 23 juin 1959, le président de l’ABAKO, Monsieur Joseph Kasa Vubu demande la création dans l’Ouest du pays de la République du Kongo Central aujourd’hui la Province du Bas Congo. KONGO est un pays pour les KONGOLAIS, ressortissant du KONGO CENTRAL càd BAS CONGO. KONGO CENTRAL est plus grand que le Portugal, la Suisse et d’autres pays du monde. Cette province peut se suffire en lui-même avec une bonne gestion.

En décembre 1959, la loi martiale est instituée dans le Sud Kasaï afin de mettre fin aux affrontements entre Lulua et immigrés Luba. Une coalition comprenant l’Alliance des Bakongo «ABAKO». Le Parti solidaire Africain «PSA» de Monsieur ANTOINE GIZENGA, le premier ministre actuel du gouvernement de la République Démocratique du Congo et le MNC de Monsieur Albert KALONJI et Joseph ILEO demande la convocation à Bruxelles d’une table ronde.

En Juin 1960, Monsieur JOSEPH KASA VUBU devient le premier président de la République Démocratique du Congo mais toujours avec son idée du Kongo Central en tête. Le 30 juin 1960, jour de l’indépendance de la RDC est marqué par le départ des cadres belges et le début de la guerre civile. Le Congo belge est rebaptisé Congo leopoldville aujourd’hui KINSHASA.

D’oÙ vient cette idée d’autodétermination pour le peuple Kongo ? Les accords et engagements qui aboutirent à la création de la RDC le 30 juin 1960 pour une durée de 10 ans sans désordres quelconques. Tout désordre signifiait automatiquement à la fin de la RDC le 30 juin 1970. Ces accords ne sont pas respectés en RDC jusqu’ici raison pour laquelle les leaders de l’ABAKO et certaines Organisations BAKONGO revendiquent l’indépendance et l’autonomie de la province du BAS Congo sous forme Fédéral.

Un Etat du Kongo Central, pourquoi faire ? Cette appelation authentique de la province du Bas Congo telle que consacrée par la Constitution de Luluabourg du 1er aoÛt 1964. Cette même constitution a consacré le fédéralisme comme forme de l’Etat et mode de gestion politique de la RDC. Dans cette constitution, la province jouit d’une autonomie politique. Cette constitution a été violé par le régime dictatorial de MOBUTU et suivi par d’autres régimes qui dirigent aujourd’hui la RDC.

Pour un pays vaste comme la RDC, de surcroît, pluriethnique, la démocratie et le Fédéralisme sont les deux remèdes qui peuvent guérir de la longue crise de légitimité du pouvoir d’Etat. La RDC de Kabila actuel président et son pouvoir refusent ce système de Fédéralisme.

Depuis l’installation du nouveau gouvernement en RDC avec des élections qui n’aboutirent à rien et aucun changement apparaît dans notre beau pays, nous vivons et continuons toujours à vivre la plus haute taille de dictature sanguinaire, de l’intolérance politique, des traitements du genre répression policière, meurtrière, arrestations des personnes pour leurs opinions idéologiques, politiques, religieuses, des journalistes et des activistes des droits de l’homme sont aussi persécutés.

Nous vivons un Etat égoïste en RDC. Il faut accepter de compromis et adhérer à ce clic pour s’enrichir et abandonner la vie de la population. Ce système unitaire amène les dirigeants à agir dans le sens «Chacun pour soi et Dieu pour tous». Fais l’effort d’entrer dans la boîte pour aider ta famille, tes amis et tes connaissances sinon c’est la pire pauvreté.

Notre peuple vit dans la pauvreté, la famine, le retard de payement pour les fonctionnaires de l’Etat, la maladie, la prostitution, le chÔmage, le taux de mortalité infantile élevé, le niveau d’éducation en décroissance du jour au jour. Tout est mauvais. Le gouvernement de la RDC n’arrive pas à supporter son peuple mais il est premier à négocier avec certains pays occidentaux de faire retourner au pays les exilés pour aller travailler or tous les universitaires qui finissent leur cours en RDC n’arrivent pas à travailler parce que le pays n’arrive pas à créer le marché d’emploi pour ces universitaires.

Pourquoi si les Bakongo parlent de l’indépendance du Kongo Central et de l’autonomie du Bas-Congo, il y a des arrestations arbitraires, intimidations, tueries, massacres de leaders Bakongo et de son peuple? Tout le monde connaît les actes de provocation et de répression envers la Communauté KONGO en RDC que cela soit du niveau national et international , les arrestations de dirigeants de l’ABAKO et de ses membres ainsi que les massacres des membres de BUNDU DIA KONGO et de leur leader en RDC parce qu’ils ont parlé de vive voix de leurs aspirations politiques sans utuliser des armes de guerre. Personne ne veut écouter parler de l’indépendance du Kongo Central, de l’autonomie du Kongo Central, du Royaume KONGO et du système Fédéral en RDC.

Aujourd’hui dans l’Est de la RDC, un homme NKUNDA BATWARE avec une origine douteuse de la RDC fait la guerre et proclame la terre de KIVU comme une république mais jusqu’ici personne ne s’occupe de lui, des avertissements de la part du gouvernement qui n’aboutissent à rien donc nous pouvons dire qu’il y a une complicité cachée entre les deux parties. Cet homme qui fait la guerre au KIVU travaille pour qui alors ? Nous connaissons de qui il travaille mais l’avenir nous dira.

Si un Katangais hausse la voix pour déclarer la République du Katanga, aucune réaction de la part du pouvoir en place en RDC. Voyez pourquoi les Bakongo parlent de l’injustice, de l’ostracisme vis-à-vis de son peuple par ce gouvernement actuel de la RDC.

Le parti politique ABAKO sous sa représentation de la Grande Bretagne invite les Kongolaises et Kongolais ainsi que tout le peuple Congolais de la République Démocratique du Congo à ne pas céder à cette nouvelle dérive draconienne de l’imposteur qui trÔne à la tête des institutions Congolaises.

Le projet des Bakongo n’a jamais été enterré et ne sera jamais fini jusqu’à ce que le Kongo Central trouvera une solution sur ses aspirations politiques revendiquées à plusieurs reprises par les leaders Kongo.

Pour le Parti Politique ABAKO

JOAQUIN NZUZI MBAMBI
SECRETAIRE GENERAL DU PARTI EN GRANDE BRETAGNE


National Name: Federal Republic of Central Kongo / Kilansi Kia Kongo Dia Kati

President: MAVUAZA MASSAMBA JEAN

Prime Minister:

Population: 24.205.814 (2007)

Area: 1.934.189 sq km

Major languages: Kikongo, Kituba are the National languages of the Federal Republic of Central Kongo.

The Official Government Languages are Kikongo and English being the official commercial language of the Fedral Republic for trade and international relations.

Life expectancy: 60 years (men), 65 years (women)

Main exports: Gold, Diamond, Copper, Cassiterite, Coffee, Cobalt, Precious wood, Palm Oil, Crude Oil.

GNI per capita: US $120

International dialling code (provisional): +243

Capital city: MBanza Kongo

Other large cities: Mpumbu (Kinshasa), Songololo, Kikwit, Kenge, Matadi, Boma, Muanda, Tshela, Luozi, Lukula, Kasangulu, Madimba, Kimvula, Kisantu, Kimpese, Mbaza Ngungu, Popokabaka, Feshi, Kasongo-Lunda, Kahemba, Gungu, Idiofo, Bulungo, Bagata, Bandundu, Bankana, Oshwe, Kutu, Kiri, Inongo, Mushie, Bolobo, Kuamutu, Uige, Negage, Damba, Makela, Kibokolo, Kimbata, Kimpangu, Songo, Camabatela, Bengo, Sumpi, Kimpangu, Mbuela, Kinkunzu, Mbata, Mpemba, Ambriz, Soyo, Nzeto, Maquela Zombo, Damba, Uige, Kimbele, Kimbata, Camabatela, Kibokolo, Negage, Caxito, Dondo, Ndalatando.

Monetary unit: 1 Kuta = 100 cents (The plural of Kuta is Makuta)

Major religions: African Spirituality and Christianity

Literacy rate: 66%

Economic summary: GDP/PPP $15.37 billion; per capita $800.

Real growth rate: 6.5%. Inflation: 9% (2004 est.).

Unemployment: n.a.

Arable land: 5%.

Agriculture: coffee, sugar, palm oil, rubber, tea, quinine, cassava (tapioca), bananas, root crops, corn, fruits; wood products.

Labour force: n.a.

Industries: mining (Gold, Diamond, copper, zinc), mineral processing, consumer products (including textiles, footwear, cigarettes, processed foods and beverages including beer), cement, commercial ship repair.

Natural resources: cobalt, copper, cadmium, petroleum, gold, diamond, silver, zinc, manganese, tin, germanium, bauxite, iron ore, coal, hydropower, timber.

Exports: $308 billion f.o.b. (2004 est.):, copper, crude oil, coffee, cobalt.

Imports: $610 billion f.o.b. (2004 est.): foodstuffs, mining and other machinery, transport equipment, fuels.

Major trading partners: Belgium, Finland, U.S., South Africa, France, Zambia, Kenya, Germany (2004).

Communications: Telephones: main lines in use: 8,000 (2002); mobile cellular: 900.000 (2003). Radio broadcast stations: AM 1, FM 4, shortwave 1 (2001). Television broadcast stations: 1 (2001).

Internet hosts: 45 (2003). Internet users: 5,000 (2002).

Transportation: Highways: total: 7,000 km; paved: n.a. unpaved: n.a. (1999 est.). Waterways: 1,600 km (2004).

Ports and harbors: Matadi, Boma,

Airports: 47 (2007).


KIMBANGI MU KITUKA MUSI NSI WA KILANSI KIA KONGO

Mandanda ma Kimbangi kia minu i nzila ndungusulu a luzolo mu kitika musi Nsi wa kilansi kia Kongo:

Kimbangi

"Mono (nkumbu), Ngieti dia ndefi va ntadisi a Tata Nzambi, ye kituka musi Nsi wa kilansi kia Kongo.
Ngina kala wakuikama ye luzitu lua kedika mu kilansi kia Kongo."

Minu

"Ngina vana kedika ye luzituluame lualo mu kilansi kia Kongo mu kimpuanza kiakio.
Ngina landa minsiku miamio ye ngina mo zitisa kadi lolo i lutumu kua mono mu kituka musi Nsi wa kilansi kia Kongo."

I bobo ntele


The Programme of Government

The Federal Republic of Central Kongo subscribes to the core values of Constitutional Democracy

Constitutional Democracy

The Ideological Foundations of State Administration are those of a Constitutional Democracy both in values, principles and policies:

INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS

- Life
- Liberty
- Freedom of press
- Freedom of speech

JUSTICE

- Due process
- Protection against unreasonable search and seizure
- Rule of law
- Right to a speedy public trial by a jury

THE COMMON GOOD

- Provide for safety and security
- Promote the general welfare

CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT

- Majorities have right to make political decisions
- Respect for differences
- Equal protection of the law
- Social equality
- Right to vote and seek office
- Equal employment opportunity
- Equal housing opportunity

Public Safety and Security

Without Safety and Security, good governance and the provision of all political goods, is impossible.

Security refers to a nation-state’s monopoly of violence. If there are insurgencies within the state, violence against the government in power, or rebellions against authority, the nation-state is neither safe nor secure for its people. Likewise, if the state is invaded from outside or has porous borders, the government of the nation-state cannot provide, as nation-states are mandated to do, a safe and secure environment for the pursuit of individual or group free endeavours within the nation-state.

Nor are the citizens of a modern nation-state safe or secure if the government in power cannot guarantee their personal security. Citizens demand to be free of mugging, car jacking, violent crime, and homicide. Thus, personal security is the second major component of the political good of safety and security. Countries with lower crime rates are supplying greater quantities and qualities of the safety segment of the political good of safety and security than those states where crime is rampant.

The control of the Level of violent crime in the streets.
Difficulty on the ease of access to small arms and light weapons and its tight regulation.

National Defence and Security

To establish a disciplined and well-trained and organized National Defence Forces.
To establish a well trained motivated Police Force to assure Public Safety of all citizens.
Providing solutions to prevent armed conflicts.

Providing foreign Refugees and asylum seekers originating from foreign countries a safe heaven, but only when in the best interest of the Nation, and only when genuine political refugees.

Rule of Law, Transparency and Corruption

Governments and governance cannot exist or function without the political good called Rule of Law. Such a designation refers to Common Law or to a codified, transparent method of adjudicating personal disputes of all kinds, formal and informal contractual obligations, and disputes between citizens and the nation-state, without resort to violence. Thus, nation-states with enforceable codes of law, nation-states that have adhered to international conventions and legal obligations, and nation-states with judicial mechanisms free of state control have stronger rule of law regimes and supply larger amounts of the political good of Rule of Law.

Ratification of all Critical Legal Norms
Judicial Independence and Efficiency of the Courts of Law
Eradication of Corruption

As the term “rule of law” highlights “the idea of laws enacted - laid down, legislated - by an authoritative body.” The protection of the citizen’s basic human rights and upheld the basic principles of democracy.

To promote the ratification of all Critical Legal Norms.

To promote the ratification of core international human rights conventions.

To assist in the implement of economic and political sanctions in those countries where there are known human rights violations.

To allow the draft of Laws on contracts and property rights and other important areas for which clear legal norms are key to the development of the economy.

To assure the Existence of an Independent and Efficient Judicial System.

To assure the Existence of the Judicial independence, based on the rule of law.

To assure the independence and Efficiency of the courts in all matters pertaining to legal justice.

To assure the Efficiency of national institutions regarding contract enforcement, Doing Business measures the efficiency (in days) of “contract enforcement following the evolution of a sale of goods dispute and tracking the time involved from the moment the plaintiff files the lawsuit until actual payment.”

Corruption

To eradicate corruption in the Government and Public sector.

Citizens Participation and Human Rights

To promote the political good of political freedom has an essential tool to good governance. It includes Participation—the ability to contest elections freely; Respect for Basic Human Rights—all of the essential liberties and rights; and the Absence of Gender Discrimination.

To prevent discrimination, such as discrimination against ethnic groups and religious minorities (including ethnic) conflict. Without these components of political freedom, many other political goods that collectively compose good governance are difficult to exercise.

The Free and spontaneous Participation of each Citizens in the public and political life of the Nation.

To allow for Competitive Executive Elections, based on whether independent observer missions judge national elections to be “free and fair.”

Participation of main opposition candidates in Executive Elections.

Competitive Legislative Elections, based on whether official independent observer missions judge national elections to be “free and fair.”

Participation of main opposition candidates in legislative elections.

Respect for Civil and Political Rights of each State Citizens.

Respect for physical rights (absence of extra judicial killing, disappearances, torture, and political imprisonment).

Respect for civil rights (freedom of movement, political participation, worker's rights, freedom of speech, and freedom of religion).

To assure Press freedom at the most basic level.

To assure Absence of Gender Discrimination.

To advance Women’s Economic Rights.

To promote Women’s Political Rights.

To progress Women’s Social Rights.

Sustainable Economic Opportunity

To create and maintain Sustainable Economic Opportunities is an essential political good. Well-governed nation-states enable their citizens to pursue personal entrepreneurial goals and potentially prosper. They do so by providing regulatory frameworks conducive to such prosperity and by creating stable and forward-looking macroeconomic and fiscal policy environments that facilitate and encourage national and personal wealth creation. Arteries of commerce—a robust physical communications and transportation infrastructure—are also critical to the achievement of these national and personal objectives. Significant, too, is the extent to which African countries are safeguarding their environments. Doing so assists in sustaining economic opportunity. In order to measure the extent to which nation-states are providing this essential political good and its components.

To incentive Wealth Creation.

To monitor and maintain in a prosper level the GDP per capita.

To allow for Local and National Economic growth.

To allow and maintain Macroeconomic Stability and Financial Integrity.

To implement the necessary financial mechanisms of good economical governance and responsible control of the annual inflation rates.

To control and account for Government budget deficits and surpluses as a percentage of GDP.

To establish the Reliability of financial institutions and monitor the overall local and national business environment.

Taxes

Lower taxes benefit all citizens, creating jobs and allowing citizens to make more decisions for themselves about their lives.

Lower taxes allow more spending, saving, and investing which helps the economy - that means all citizens.

The economy and independence as a nation is increasingly in the hands of foreign governments such as the Communist and totalitarian regime of the Peoples Republic of China, this musty be brought to a full stop.

Corporate ethics

The bottom line for corporations is making a profit. Self-interest is a reliable motivator, and when it can be channelled in positive ways, society benefits. This positive channelling will occur only if corporate behaviour is constrained by ethical principles.

In the economic realm, as in all areas of life, self-interest must be balanced with responsibility for others. Experience shows that many businesses will operate in a responsible manner only if they are subjected to clear regulations and careful scrutiny.

Many business people are very conscientious, and attempt to function in socially responsible ways. Sometimes they are successful. However, in the absence of appropriate regulations, businesses that do attempt to operate in a responsible manner sometimes find they simply cannot compete with their less scrupulous competitors.

For businesses to be able to function in responsible ways requires attention to the “rules of the game” within which competition must take place.

Arteries of Commerce

The density of a nation’s road network (both paved and unpaved) per square kilometre of national land.

The supply, availability, reliability and access of electricity to the population.

The development of each African nation infrastructures of Land Line and Mobile (cellular) telephone network. Promoting and allowing free access to the Internet and promote the access to Computers.

Environmental Sensitivity

Environmental health, air quality, water resources, productive natural resources, biodiversity and habitat, and sustainable energy. Reduction of environmental stresses on human health and promotion of ecosystem vitality and natural resource management.

Human Development

Governments are charged by their constituents with supplying the political good of effective human development. Everywhere, especially in Africa, citizens expect their governments to provide opportunities for educational advancement, health care and medical and sanitary services, and poverty mitigation and alleviation.
The Federation of African Free States is determined to assist and help its affiliated Sovereign Nation States to eradicate National Poverty; the percent of all nationals live on less than US$1 day (the globally recognized poverty figure).
To implement the mechanisms that permits and allows a fair an equal national distribution of income.

Publicly Funded Health Care

Publicly funded health care financed entirely or in majority part by citizens' tax payments.

Health Outcomes:
To improve the Life expectancy at birth.
To prevent Infant mortality.
To prevent Maternal mortality.

To tackle Undernourishment in Africa to eradicate the percentage of the population whose food intake is below the minimum dietary energy requirements.
To increase the percentage of children immunized against measles.

To increase the percentage of children; aged 12-23 months immunized against diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough), and tetanus (DPT).
To provide treatment to people living with HIV, by using traditional methods and new discovery treatments.
To control and treatment for all TB cases (incidence).
To provide to all African Citizens Access to qualified physicians: and increase the density of physicians per 1000 people.
To provide to all African Citizens Access to trained nurses: and increase density of nurses per 1000 people
To establish an infrastructure that will enable the total of the population with access to potable water.

Educational Opportunity

To establish and maintain a high level of Adult literacy.

To establish and maintain a high level of Adult literacy among women, men and children.

To establish and maintain a high level of Primary school completion rate (the percentage of school-aged children who complete the last year of primary school)
To establish and maintain a high level of Primary school completion rate among girls.

To establish and maintain a high level of Pupil/Teacher ratio in primary schools.

To establish and maintain a high level of Persistence: Progression of all students from primary to secondary school.

Social Security

The establishment of a fully working African Social Welfare Service concerned with social protection, or protection against socially recognized conditions, including poverty, old age, disability, unemployment and others.

1. Social insurance, where people receive benefits or services in recognition of contributions to an insurance scheme. These services will include provision for retirement pensions, disability insurance, survivor benefits and unemployment insurance.
2. Income maintenance; distribution of cash in the event of interruption of employment, including retirement, disability and unemployment.
3. Basic General Security, African citizens access to basic necessities; such as food, clothing, shelter, education and medical care.

African Independence and Sovereignty

So called free trade deals and world governmental organizations are a threat to independence as nations. They transfer power from our African governments to unelected foreign elites, such as the Communist Peoples Republic of China.

Withdrawal from all and any organizations and trade deals that infringe upon the freedom and independence of the African States.


CONSTITUTION

Introduction

The Federal Republic of Central Kongo subscribes to the core values of Constitutional Democracy

INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS
- Life
- Liberty
- Freedom of press
- Freedom of speech

JUSTICE
- Due process
- Protection against unreasonable search and seizure
- Rule of law
- Right to a speedy public trial by a jury

THE COMMON GOOD
- Provide for safety and security
- Promote the general welfare

CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT
- Majorities have right to make political decisions
- Respect for differences
- Equal protection of the law
- Social equality
- Right to vote and seek office
- Equal employment opportunity
- Equal housing opportunity

The Federal Republic of Central Kongo is the historical fruit of the struggle of the Bakongo People which form the Nation since millennia in the Central Kongo.
The restoration of its national Independence as a Nation which was and still is and remains with full Sovereignty, with the safeguard of its territorial unit of the Nation, and the preservation of the unique Bakongo Culture, History and Traditions and singular language.

It is the concretion of their will of living has Free People in conformity with their inalienable right to self-determination.

The People of Central Kongo, aware of the imperious necessity of achieving the economic and social development progressively, as well as the invigoration of the state of Right, has decided to adopt the following constitution:

Preliminary Chapter

ARTICLE 1º. - Central Kongo is a Republic with form of a Constitutional Democratic Government. The territory of the Federal Republic of Central Kongo is indivisible; No portion of its territory can be given. The sovereignty belongs to the people that exercised it in the forms and inside the limits of the Constitution.

ARTICLE 2º.- The National territory is divided geographically and administratively in three States: The State of Mbanza Kongo, The State of Madimba ma Nsi and The State of Bandundu. Each State is divided administratively in Countys, according to expressed Law for the effect.

ARTICLE 3º. – The Constitution recognizes that Bukongo is the Native faith and is in it self a complement of the Secular States of Central Kongo. Freedom of choice of Religion is permitted by the Constitution.

ARTICLE 4º.- Kikongo and Kituba; are the National languages of the Federal Republic of Central Kongo.
The Official Government Languages are Kikongo and English being the official commercial language of the Republic for trade and international relations.

ARTICLE 5º. - The family is the essential base of the society. Their values are those taught by Native Tradition and the Christian religion and the common Nation morals.

ARTICLE 6º.- All the citizens are treated in equal form before the law.

ARTICLE 7º.- The Armed forces of Central Kongo guarantee the sovereignty, the national independence and the territorial integrity of the Republic. And they are guarantors of the Constitution.

ARTICLE 8º.- It is recognized the right to the creation of political associations in the mark of respect to the Constitution and the common Laws, once obtained the total liberation of the country and concluded the historical stage.

Chapter First
RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF THE
CITIZENS

ARTICLE 9º. - The freedom of the people is inviolable. No citizen can be deprived of his freedom but in conformity with the law.

ARTICLE 10º. - All citizens are entitled to choose the place of his residence, as well as to circulate freely for the national territory.

ARTICLE 11º. - No citizen can remain detainee more than seventy two hours. Expired that term, the citizen will be put in freedom or, in his case, to disposition of the judicial competent authority. In any event, one shows off innocent to the accused while their guilt is not demonstrated.

ARTICLE 12º. - The death penalty is prohibited.

ARTICLE 13º. - No citizen will be able to be torture object or practical inhuman or contrary to his human dignity.

ARTICLE 14º. - All citizens can defend his rights before the judicial competent instances.

ARTICLE 15º. - The citizen's home is inviolable. Their levelling will always require a written order of the judicial competent authority.

ARTICLE 16º. - All citizens are entitled to consent to the public functions in conformity with the approaches and requirements that provide for it in the laws.

ARTICLE 17º. - The right to property is a recognized right to all the citizens. The Law regulates this fundamental right.

ARTICLE 18º. - The freedom of speech in the mark of the Constitution is guaranteed to all the citizens.

ARTICLE 19º. - The defence of the territory is a right and a sacred duty expected from all the citizens.

ARTICLE 20º. - The work is a right and a duty that it honours the citizen. The right to rest is guaranteed by the laws, as well as a proper remuneration for the same work.

ARTICLE 21º. - The secret of the communications and of the private correspondence it is guaranteed in conformity with the law.

ARTICLE 22º. - All citizens have the duty of:

- To respect the Constitution, to conform to the laws of the Republic and to respect the institutions of the State.

- To respect the public property and the rights of the other ones.

- To look after the national unit, for the order and the political stability.

ARTICLE 23º. - The State guarantees the protection and the rights of all foreign citizens and goods that are legally established in national territory.

Chapter Second
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC
RIGHTS

ARTICLE 24º. - All citizens are entitled to education and the health attention.

ARTICLE 25º. - The State will protect the maternity and the third age and will create the necessary institutions for this objective.

ARTICLE 26º. - The State will assure the housing to its the citizens in need.

ARTICLE 27º. - The State guarantees to the parents, mothers, widows and children, as well as to the veterans of the liberation war, all its economic and social rights by means of a special Law.

ARTICLE 28º. - The State guarantees all the economic and social rights of the prisoners of war and of the victims of the war during the occupation, by means of a special Law.

ARTICLE 29º. - The State will look after the protection of the woman's political, economic, social and cultural rights, and she will make sure of its participation in the construction of the society and in the development of the country.

ARTICLE 30º. - The State will adopt a social security policies directed to protect its senior population and the handicapped and it will elaborate the necessary laws for this end.

ARTICLE 31º. - The economy of social and free market is the base of the nation’s economy.

- The state will generate specific laws for the exploitation of all those natural resources of vital importance to assure the economic development of the country.

ARTICLE 32º. - Any and all foreign investments in the country will be regulated by Common Law.

Chapter Third
OF THE GOVERNMENT

ARTICLE 33º. - The President of the Republic directs the Government's action.

ARTICLE 34º. - The Cabinet or Council of Ministers is an executive organ; and constitutes the Government and is responsible before the President of the Republic, and his functions will be established in accordance to the expressed law.

ARTICLE 35º.- The Government establishes the General Budget of the State, as well as the Plan of National Action, which it will subject to the Central Kongo parliament’s approval.

ARTICLE 36º. - The members of the National Government won't be able to exercise any other full time activity different to the official function.

ARTICLE 37º. - The Government won't be able to promulgate ordinance-laws without the Parliament's agreement, except for the supposition foreseen in the article 76º.

Quarter Chapter
OF THE PRESIDENT

ARTICLE 38º.- The President of the Republic is the Head of State and Commander General of the Armed forces but not commander of the National Police, has the police force must be an independent body from that of Government. The President main responsibility is to look after the application of the Constitution and it embodies the National Unit, and guarantee at all times by being vigilant that Central Kongo is well equipped and in proper shape to defend it self and protect its citizens.

ARTICLE 39º. - The President designates upon the result obtained by direct universal ballot elections of the Citizens of the Republic a Prime Minister and asks the Prime Minister elected to form the National Government.

The Prime Minister elected is then able to select and appoint all those members that he may find fit and ask them to compose its Government and being able to raise them their positions.

ARTICLE 40º. – The Prime Minister presides over the National Government.

ARTICLE 41º. – The President of the Republic promulgates the laws in the term of fifteen days of their approval form Parliament.

ARTICLE 42º. - The President of the Republic during the transitory stage is the President of Movement for the Liberation of Central Kongo chosen by the General Congress.

ARTICLE 43º. - The duration of the President's command is of four years. It can be re-elected.

ARTICLE 44º. - The Prime Minister has Head of Government, issues the General inherent policies in all areas of national interest.

ARTICLE 45º. - The President lends his constitutional oath before the Parliament in the following terms:

"I ……………………………………….swear for God All Mighty and his Bible, to respect the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Central Kongo, and ask is help to guide me for her and to be its guarantor; I will dedicate all my energies to respond to the will and the aspirations of our peoples thirsty for freedom, self rule and justice; I will protect the rights and the freedoms of all citizens; I will veil for the preservation and the integrity of the Central Kongo territory; I will work for the development and the happiness of the people of Central Kongo and to be the defend and promote the noble values and traditions of the nation of Central Kongo, may God be my witness."

ARTICLE 46º. - The President appoints the civil and military high office positions and it delegates attributions with expressed resolution for the effect.

ARTICLE 47º. - It appoints the diplomatic body and receives the credential letters of the Ambassadors of the foreign countries.

ARTICLE 48º. - The President of the Federal Republic of Central Kongo, guides the foreign policy and signature or it delegates with expressed resolution the signature of agreements and treaties with other governments as well as with international organizations.

ARTICLE 49º. - It grants the reprieve.

ARTICLE 50º. - It corresponds to the President of the Federal Republic of Central Kongo to declare war upon advice of the Parliament of Central Kongo and to sign the peace.

ARTICLE 51º. - The President denounces and concludes the international treaties without damage to the competitions relative of the Central Kongo Parliament to the ratification of the same treaties.

ARTICLE 52º. - The President grants the national condecorations as well the national honorary titles.

ARTICLE 53º. - The position of President of the Republic is incompatible with the exercise of another full time activity different from the official activity.

ARTICLE 54º. - The President of the Republic declares the state of exception after consulting with the Government, with the Parliament's speakers and the Constitutional Council, in all cases of serious threat for the security and the stability of the country.

ARTICLE 55º. - The exception state won't extend beyond two weeks. In the case of continuation of this period it will be necessary the Parliament's majority agreement

Chapter Fifth
OF THE PARLIAMENT

ARTICLE 56º.- The Parliament is the instance of the Legislative Power in the Republic, and it will be governed according to expressed law and their internal regulations.

- The Parliament monitors and controls the National Government's action.

ARTICLE 57º. - The members of Parliament are chosen for a four year period.

ARTICLE 58º.- The members of Parliament are chosen by universal direct vote and in conformity with the electoral laws and the approaches of parliamentary representation that are based on the number of inhabitants of the counties and the balance among the States of the Country.

ARTICLE 59º. - The Parliament will create in its administration has many commissions has it may found to be necessary for the good governance, administration and control of the nations government actions.

ARTICLE 60º. - The Parliament chooses his Speaker as well as to his table from among his members.

ARTICLE 61º. - The presidents of the different commissions are chosen from the proposal of the Parliament's Speaker.

ARTICLE 62º. - The parliamentary commissions will be able to include in their breast all necessary citizens’ non parliamentarians in quality of advisory or technicians.

ARTICLE 63º. - Among the Parliament's ordinary sessions, the commissions will work in permanency regime.

ARTICLE 64º. - The parliamentary commissions will maintain periodic meetings with the Government's members in order to be able to continue and to be informed of the National Executive's actions.

ARTICLE 65º. - All parliamentary commissions will be able to summon the Secretary of State and their Ministers as well as to receive from these the explanations, clarifications and necessary information’s.

ARTICLE 66º. - The presidents of the parliamentary commissions will receive from the government's members its copies and the summary of the Annual Plan that they will present for their approval to Parliament in the term of one week after their making for the Executive.

ARTICLE 67º. - The commissions will prepare their questions on the base of those information’s and elements for the session in which the government will subject to Parliament for approval of his Plan of Annual Action.

ARTICLE 68º. - The Parliament will approve or it will reject this Plan.

ARTICLE 69º. - In the event of approval, the Parliament's Speaker will open the session.

ARTICLE 70º. - In that case, the parliamentary commissions will continue working in permanency regime until the closing of the period of sessions and they will maintain the necessary contacts with the Government's members, in preparation of the second period of sessions of the Parliament.

ARTICLE 71º. - In case the Parliament rejects by majority of two thirds the Plan of Action of the Government, the Speaker of the Parliament will request to the Government its revision.

ARTICLE 72º. - In the case, the ministers and the presidents of the commissions will proceed to approach their points of view on the Plan in order to reach enough convergence and harmony.

ARTICLE 73º. - The National Government will introduce to Parliament his revised Plan of National Action.

ARTICLE 74º. - In case the revised plan is rejected by majority of the Parliament's two thirds, the President of the Republic will elide between the formation of a new Government or to call for new elections.

ARTICLE 75º. - In the supposition of the call for new elections in conformity with the article 74º, the President of the Republic will summon elections in the term of one month.

ARTICLE 76º. - The National Executive will be able to, until the new Parliament's election, to appeal, in the event of necessity, to the promulgation of Ordinances Laws.

ARTICLE 77º. - In case the position of President of the Republic during the transitory stage is vacant by reason of death or by reason of serious illness that disables him/her to exercise its functions, the Parliament will provisionally assume the functions of the Presidency of the Republic.

ARTICLE 78º. - The provisional President will summon the celebration of the Kimvuka kia Mfumu za Mpemba-Nkazi ye fula-Nkazi in a maximum term of forty days.

ARTICLE 79º. - The Provisional President will exercise the position until the election of the new President of the Republic for the Extraordinary Assembly of the Kimvuka kia Mfumu za Mpemba-Nkazi ye fula-Nkazi (The Great Council of Bakongo Noble Chiefs).

ARTICLE 80º. - The provisional President will resume his previous functions when required by the Parliament.

ARTICLE 81º. - The elections for the constitution of Parliament will take place inside a term understood between thirty and sixty days starting from the end of the legislature defined in the article 33º.

ARTICLE 82º.- During the time that they exercise their functions, the members of Parliament enjoy parliamentary immunity and hence they cannot be stopped more than in the event of flagrant crime and they cannot be judged more than for the Supreme Tribunal of Justice, once lifted by the parliament's Speaker its parliamentary immunity.

ARTICLE 83º. - The Parliament meets in two ordinary sessions, the first from September to December; the second from February to June.

ARTICLE 84º. - The Parliament is able to celebrate extraordinary sessions by written application of two thirds of their members or by request from the President of the Republic.

ARTICLE 85º. - The vote of members parliament are individual and non delegable.

ARTICLE 86º. - The Traditional Native Authority: The Traditional Native Authority is recognized by the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Central Kongo; according to local Customs provided they do not oppose the Constitution of the Union, its Laws, the Public Order, the Human Rights charter and the Fundamental Freedoms. Any Native Traditional Chief it’s invited to participate in the good administration of the Nation and is invited to take seat in Kimvuka kia Mfumu za Mpemba-Nkazi ye fula-Nkazi (The Great Council of Bakongo Noble Chiefs).

The Kimvuka kia Mfumu za Mpemba-Nkazi ye Fula-Nkazi is the upper house of the Parliament of the Federal Republic of Central Kongo and is also commonly referred to as "Mpemba-Nkazi". The President of the Federal Republic, the Nzo za Mfumu za Mpemba Nkazi (Lower House) and the Mpemba-Nkazi (Upper house) together comprise the Parliament of Central Kongo. The Seats in the Mpemba-Nkazi are one per the Traditional Native Chief, to which number is allocated 12 extra seats which are given to Central Kongo citizens who have shown and contributed significantly to the Untied Republic of Central Kongo.

The Seats of the Nzo za Mfumu za Mpemba Nkazi (Lower House) are filled by the National Citizens elected to office by direct universal democratic free elections.

The full, formal style of the Mpemba-Nkazi is The Right Honourable the Mfumu (Chief) Spiritual and Temporal of the Federal Republic of Central Kongo in Parliament assembled. The formal style of individual members of the Mpemba-Nkazi is The Right Honourable the Mfumu X of Y. Mfumu who are Nluengisi (Privy Counsellors) place "NG" after their title: all Privy Counsellors are in any case entitled to the epithet The Right Honourable.

Chapter Sixth
OF THE JUDICIAL POWER

ARTICLE 87º. - Justice in the Federal Republic of Central Kongo is independent and the Judicial Power is based on the separation of powers inside the State.

ARTICLE 88º. - Judges won't be able to be stopped, substituted or pensioned more than in the suppositions of the law.

ARTICLE 89º. - The organization and competitions of the judicial instances are established by common legal law.

ARTICLE 90º. - The Tribunals are divided in Tribunals of First Instance of Appeal (Common Tribunals) and the Supreme Tribunal.

ARTICLE 91º. - The Supreme Tribunal is the supreme organ of Justice. Its President is designated by the Head of State by proposal of the Supreme Council of the Judicial Power.

ARTICLE 92º. - The Supreme Council of the Judicial Power is composed of:

- The President of the Supreme Tribunal that presides over it.

- Other six members, from among which two are designated by the President of the Republic, two elected from the Parliament and two elected by the Supreme Tribunal.

- The duration of the command of the members of the Council is of four renewable years.

ARTICLE 93º. - The Attorney General is designated by the President from the Republic by proposal from the Supreme Council of the Judicial Power. Their mission is to promote the justice and the defence of Law.

Chapter Seventh
OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL ADVICE

ARTICLE 94º. - The Constitutional Council is the organ in charge of veiling for:

- The constitutionality of the laws before their promulgation.
- To verify the regularity of the parliamentary elections.

ARTICLE 95º.- The Constitutional Council is composed of seven members designated by a four year mandate.

- Their President chooses and elaborates its internal regulations.

ARTICLE 96º. - The Constitutional Council is composed of:

- Two members named by the President of the Republic
- Two members named by the Prime Minister
- Two members elected by the Parliament
- Two members elected by the Supreme Council of the Judicial Power
- The members of the Constitutional Council should be magistrates or men of laws of grateful competence.

ARTICLE 97º.- The members of the Constitutional Council won't be able to exercise activities or political positions, parliamentarians or union.

Chapter Eight
Parliamentary Sovereignty

ARTICLE 98º.- The Parliament of the Federal Republic of Central Kongo has the right to make or unmake any law whatever; and further, that no person or body is recognised by the law of the Federal Republic of Central Kongo as having a right to override or set aside the legislation of Parliament.

- Anyone other incompatibility will be established by the Law.

SPECIAL CLAUSES

FIRST. - The political leaders elected by Movement if Liberation of Central Kongo in a peoples National Congress will elaborate a project of Constitution that will be enriched by the citizenship, subjected later to the Assembly of The Great Council of Noble Chiefs of the Central Kongo to be ratified by popular Referendum and adopted as definitive Constitution of the Federal Republic of Central Kongo.

SECOND.- The Constitution approved by the National Congress will constitute the fundamental source for the definitive Constitution of the Federal Republic of Central Kongo.

THIRD.- The duration in the time of the transitory phase will be fixed by The Great Council of Noble Chiefs of the Central Kongo which takes place soon after independence.

FOURTH.- The General Congress will continue exercising its functions until the formation of the foreseen Parliament of the Federal Republic of Central Kongo, it stops after the total liberation of the country from foreign occupation.

FIFTH.- The Popular Commissions will continue exercising at county level and of States their normal activities, as well as the Congresses of base until the total liberation of the country.

SIXTH.- The parliamentary elections as well as the number of members of the Parliament will be determined after the total liberation of the country and of the creation of the necessary conditions for such an objective.


14th June 2007
City of MBanza Kongo, Federal Republic of Central Kongo


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