Democratic Republic of Congo: Civil liberties denied: Appeal cases
The Congo government has recently launched a crackdown on any form of political opposition. This document details 17 appeal cases: Zahidi Arthur Ngoma, Ingele Ifoto, Justin Kampempe, Jean-Marie Lukudji, Ka Bila Kalele, Jean-Francois Kabanda, Eugene Diomi Ndongala, Arlette Fula, Charlotte Ndongi and Vovo Bossongo (members of political groups); Mossi Mwassi (a journalist); Theodore Ngoye Ilunga Wa Nsenga (a Protestant pastor); Steve Mbikay, Michel Diumu and Henri Kiliba (trade unionists); Roger Sala Nzo Badila and Nyabirungu Mwene Songa (human rights activists).
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