Sont-ils réellement partis ?

Les M23 sont-ils réellement partis ?  Ultimément, qui ment aux congolais et pourquoi ?  Ces questions peuvent continuer à nous désintéresser ; dans ce cas, que nos morts ne nous émeuvent pas non plus !  La livraison ci-dessus aidera peut-être ceux qui ne nous comprennaient pas à nous comprendre enfin…

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Objet : [congovirtuel] MENDE a MENTI, Ils ne sont pas sortis, Ils ont recule a 3 Kilometre de Goma

Congo rebels stake out positions near Goma

December 04, 2012 01:36 AM

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A woman hugs a Congolese government army soldier as he arrives at the military barracks in Goma.

GOMA, Congo: Congolese soldiers took control of this strategic city of 1 million Monday, but rebels staked out positions just 3 kilometers away as they waited for the government to respond to an afternoon deadline to start negotiations.

Crowds cheered the soldiers as they arrived at the town’s main barracks in trucks, and some women rushed forward to kiss the troops. Their return comes two weeks after Goma fell to the rebels, who are widely believed to be backed by Rwanda.

But the M23 rebels remained in tactical positions in the hills nearby, saying they were waiting for the government to respond to their demands before deciding whether or not to try to retake the city.

The rebels claim to be fighting for the better implementation of a March 23, 2009, peace accord, which saw them integrated into the national army. Analysts say the real reason for the rebellion is Rwanda’s desire to annex territory in the mineral-rich mountains at the border between the two countries.

After a nearly two-week occupation, the M23 rebels agreed to leave Goma over the weekend under intense international pressure, including fresh sanctions from the United Nations. Security Council.

Their commanders said they would retreat to 20 kilometers outside the city on the condition that Congo’s government begins negotiations with them no later than 2 p.m. Monday.

As the deadline expired, journalists saw a column of rebel fighters walking to elevated positions overlooking the city. Others were building a tent on a western hill. Some in groups of three took positions under trees along the road leading north from Goma.

“We gave Kinshasa a 48-hour deadline, and we are now waiting for these 48 hours to expire,” rebel spokesman Col. Vianney Kazarama said by phone as the deadline neared.

“You should call Congo and ask them what they plan to do. They have not yet contacted us. And we are waiting to see what happens, before pronouncing ourselves.”

Despite the rebels’ retreat from Goma, which was a pre-requisite set by the Congolese government for negotiations, Congo’s President Joseph Kabila has not yet made clear whether the government will engage in talks. Government spokesman Lambert Mende said Sunday the president would listen to M23’s grievances and then give them an answer.

As the rebels’ deadline neared Monday, Mende said he had nothing new to say on the matter. But later, in a government communique, Mende said Congo “congratulates itself on the departure of M23 from the city of Goma this weekend and is happy to confirm the enthusiasm with which the population of this town greeted [the security forces] who came to secure the city.”

In recent weeks, the enormous, jungle-covered nation of Congo, whose capital is more than 1,600 kilometers away from this provincial eastern city, inched closer to war with its smaller, but more developed neighbor, Rwanda, which is accused of arming the M23 rebels, as well as sending soldiers across the border.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Daily Star on December 04, 2012, on page 10.

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