We are by this message expressing our sincere thanks to our valued compatriots, the United Nations Intervention Brigade in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Southern African Development Community (SADC), the African Union (AU), the United Nations (UN) at large and other members of the broader International Community for contributing on the promotion of the “Peace, Security and Cooperation Framework for DRC and the region” - http://www.peaceau.org/uploads/scanned-on-24022013-125543.pdf that is evidently paving a way towards a peaceful, stable and prosperous Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) where to live in harmony, where to visit, where to invest and to prosper.
We have always believed and continue to believe that without Peace and stability, we cannot hope for a legitimate, competent and responsible governments aiming to promote:
a. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Democracy in particular;
b. Fair and free elections;
c. Strong institutions, among others, the Independent Electoral Commission, the judiciary institutions, strong/disciplined army, police, security forces...
d. Prosperity based on the Universal Businesses’ Standards;
e. A formally effective membership to the Sub regions, region which our country belongs to and to our Interdependent World, at large.
I, on behalf of the Revolution Congolaise.rc make an appeal to my compatriots:
1. to strengthen our needed unity and to make an effort to transcend our persistent tribal, linguistic and regional rivalry and work towards one and united Democratic Republic of Congo in order to build a new society and together, find an effectively viable and durable solution to the major problems of governance, social justice and cohesion confronting our country and its people.
2. to understand the need for us to sincerely work in partnership with the Southern African Development Community (SADC), the African Union (AU), the United Nations (UN) at large and other members of the broader International Community as they remain committed to positively changing the face of our country, from a human slaughtering and other human rights’ abuses field to a better place where to live in harmony, a place to visit, a place to invest and prosper.