July 5 - An opposition protest in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s capital turns violent when a party is prevented from outlining concerns over alleged vote registration irregularities. Nick Rowlands reports.
Protests in the democratic republic of Congo's capital Kinshasa time -- Monday's clashes came after police stopped one of the main opposition parties for delivering a memorandum to the Electoral Commission. That memo outlines concerns over alleged irregularities in voter registration. But at least one person was killed and seven people a vestige during the violence which involves several hundred protesters. The truck was the first sign of tension in the talked to as the country gears up for its second election since the nineteen unchecked 2003 war. In which some five million people by its. Opposition parties distrust the Electoral Commission. A senior member of the unity for democracy and social progress policy suggested any sign of teaching could have great consequences. That's it we are determined we have the willingness to mean both the presidential on the parliament elections and of the -- it is an issue that was starting Congo. -- President Joseph Kabila is favorite to be reelected in the November votes. But his popularity is falling at his apparent failure it's tackle corruption will bring peace to be used. One protester says he wants the lead with a UT TS in power. We'll -- Caribbean he's not our brother he's a foreigner. We don't care about him when you can read congress these Baghdad he says her days. -- lost votes in 2006 was priced as trans islands or the most by violence in which hundreds were -- to Nickelodeon's. Voices.