After 17 years, the Congo has a new President, but the election is proceeding chaotically. Because of the many mishaps are now fears of new protests.
It's pouring in Kinshasa. Parts of the Congolese capital are flooded, the electricity failed. A bad Start for the day of the election to the 40 million people to a new President and the new parliaments to choose from. And many fear that the vote is not everything.
-President Joseph Kabila of those fears. "It is clear that the elections are free and fair," he says, according to his voting. "My only concern is the heavy rain, and that that is why the turnout will be low."
But the voters are there, in endless queues, you stand in front of the polling stations. Just not many, can choose ... Jerry Nbula. "I'm four got up, even though I live close by. But because of the rain, I wanted to be sure I get there in time am to Choose." But now everything was still ready. "This is all really weird."