An analysis of previously secret data from the polling stations in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has shown, according to Reports from international media clearly, the falsification of the results of the presidential election. The choice to have won the opposition candidate, Martin Fayulu, with around 60 percent of the vote, not the electoral Commission last week, the winner Félix Tshisekedi said.
This only got just under 20 percent of the votes, reported on Tuesday, the Financial Times, as well as the French international media, RFI and TV5. The media based their reporting on a Leak of the raw data of the election Commission and yet also under lock and key data held by the observers of the Catholic Church.
The Church had around 40'000 observers. After the vote of 30. December, the results of which were reflected in each polling station to the public. These results are considered to be reliable. A falsification of the election there could, therefore, only to the next higher - and hardly transparent level, where the individual results are added together.
"points to The analysis on massive fraud," wrote the "Financial Times", citing the records. This will encourage the critics who suspect that the difference wanted the end of President Joseph Kabila due to an agreement with Tshisekedi.
After almost 18 years in Power, Kabila was not a further term at the helm of the Central African state to apply. Fayulu was supported by a broad opposition Alliance, Tshisekedis election victory was a surprise to all observers. Fayulu has appealed before the constitutional court. (anf/sda)
Created: 15.01.2019, 15:31 PM