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Congolais debout

The Congolese Standing! is a movement open to all, without exception.

We are a patriotic and peaceful movement made up of Congolese of any religious or political sensibility. We decided to come together around an ideal of justice, freedom, and dignity for our country.

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Our country needs us!

“Every Congolese has the duty to defeat any individual or group of individuals who seizes power by force or who exercises it in violation of the provisions of this Constitution. “

ARTICLE 64.1

Congolese standing on the ground

It is in the field, through the work of awareness and awareness of the greatest number, that we will succeed in saving our democracy. Our goal is to bring our message to all Congolese regardless of their place of residence, age, sex, social condition because together, we can change our dear country and finally help it come out of chaos

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Everywhere Congolese come together, strong in their differences, around a common project that we build together, and shared values.

Our online forum

Come discuss and co-build the project we carry by participating in the topics. Education, health, democratic life, Europe, work … you have to lead our Revolution!

Local Committee

If there are none near you, create your own!.

I act

Let’s act together for the homeland.

The DRC needs you to convince the undecided!

Convince 10 people, collect 10 emails, everyone can help in their own way to win ideas for change.

Candidate to coordinate your community, street, neighbourhood or city

News

Your questions our answers

 
We love our country and are convinced of its immense potential. The Rep. Of the Congo is a giant who falls asleep and does not know each other. We are meeting within this citizen movement to express our frustration at the failure of the Congolese government and political parties to uphold the constitution and wish to mobilize all Congolese of good will to carry out the many actions in the spirit of the Article 64 of our Constitution.

Do you find ourselves in our values and speeches? And want to act within the framework of a patriotic and innovative momentum?
We love our country and are convinced of its immense potential. The Rep. Of the Congo is a giant who falls asleep and does not know each other. We are meeting within this citizen movement to express our frustration at the inability of the Congolese government and political parties to uphold the constitution and wish to mobilize all Congolese of good will to carry out the many actions in the spirit of Article 64 of our constitution.

Are we a political party?
We respect the right of everyone to have their own political convictions and to campaign in a party. We decided to be a citizen movement and not a political party because in the face of the danger our democracy is running, we must create the widest possible front.

The defense of our rights, alternation, justice and peace concerns us all. It is only together, united behind an ideal, beyond political sensitivities and parties, that we will defeat chaos.

Do we have the right to protest?
Every Congolese has the right to protest. the exercise of freedom of demonstration is an opportunity and a means of enjoying other rights; Claims relating to the enjoyment of these rights can only be brought to the public place and to the authorities through the organization of demonstrations.

This right is granted to us by our constitution.

What does Article 64 say?

“Every Congolese has the duty to defeat any individual or group of individuals who seizes power by force or who exercises it in violation of the provisions of this Constitution. “

Why trust us?
At “Les Congolais debout” all members are equal. On major decisions that engage our movement, we systematically organize a large vote on our website and the movement will be guided by a direct democracy through its members. Unlike political parties, we do not fight for a person or a program but around principles and values that will forge the great Congo that we bequeath to our children.
How to Join by Whatsapp?
Write us and send us all your details: Name, first name and email address, plus your phone number and we will add you on our WhatsApp Group.
How to Join on Facebook?
Visit our Facebook page “Congolese standing!” then apply to join our page and we automatically add you.