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The involvement of all political actors resulted in agreement being reached on the newly adopted electoral law. The commitment shown by all parties to work in the interests of the country and to avoid a serious political crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo is to be applauded.

The way is now clear for elections to be held within the time frames set out in the Constitution. We are also expecting the Independent National Electoral Commission to publish a full electoral timetable.

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The Team of International Envoys for the Great Lakes region express their deep concern about recent violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). They further express their deepest condolences to the families of the victims.

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The team of Special Envoys to the Great Lakes region of Africa is outraged and deeply concerned by a spate of civilian massacres that has taken place in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), particularly around the town of Beni, in North Kivu province. The latest of these gruesome attacks were carried out last week. Some 100 civilians, mostly women and children, were killed on 20 November, bringing the number of victims to more than 200 since mid-October. 

The team of Special Envoys to the Great Lakes region of Africa is outraged and deeply concerned by a spate of civilian massacres that has taken place in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), particularly around the town of Beni, in North Kivu province. The latest of these gruesome attacks were carried out last week. Some 100 civilians, mostly women and children, were killed on 20 November, bringing the number of victims to more than 200 since mid-October. 

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The team of Special Envoys to the Great Lakes region of Africa is outraged and deeply concerned by a spate of civilian massacres that has taken place in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), particularly around the town of Beni, in North Kivu province. The latest of these gruesome attacks were carried out last week. Some 100 civilians, mostly women and children, were killed on 20 November, bringing the number of victims to more than 200 since mid-October.

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The recent massacres in the region of Beni, the toll of which now exceeds one hundred lives, are further evidence of the extremely tense security situation in North Kivu.

The EU expresses its condolences to the victims' families and calls on the authorities of the Democratic Republic of Congo to investigate fully these  acts of violence and to bring those responsible to justice. 

Acting with the United Nations mission, the Democratic Republic of Congo must do all in its power to protect the civilian population.

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