Les résultats d'élections brûlent-ils?

Publié le par Grand Beau et Riche Pays

Pyromanies sans pompiers de service

MONUC Jean-Tobie OKALA    Vers 11h30 ce mardi 21 novembre, la Police Nationale Congolaise a du intervenir pour disperser un attroupement d'environ 200 personnes devant la Cour Suprême de Justice à Kinshasa. A la suite d’un tir de grenade lacrymogène, des éléments incontrôlés ont tiré sur les unités de la Police d’Intervention Rapide présentes sur les lieux et incendié un de leurs camions, provoquant ainsi le retrait de la police. A 12h00, 150 hommes du bataillon uruguayen de la MONUC sont venus renforcer le  dispositif  déjà  en  place autour de la Cour Suprême de Justice et ont stabilisé  la  situation,  alors  que  des  éléments  de  l'Unité de Police Intégrée et des Services de Sécurité de la MONUC ont procédé avec succès, à l'évacuation  et  à  la  protection  des  personnes  qui  se  trouvaient  à l'intérieur du bâtiment.
KINSHASA (AFP)     Police fired tear gas at around 200 supporters of Bemba to prevent them getting too close to the Supreme Court, which is studying Bemba's challenge to the outcome of the ballot, an AFP photographer witnessed Tuesday. When the protestors ran away, in the direction of Bemba's nearby official residence, his security guards came out and fired at the police, the photographer said.

LCN     Les forces de l'ONU sont rapidement arrivées sur place à bord de véhicules blindés et ont tiré des coups de feu en l'air, provoquant la dispersion des manifestants. Des voitures brûlaient dans les rues et des véhicules de police arrivaient, sirènes hurlantes. À l'intérieur de la Cour suprême, des locaux étaient en flammes tandis que documents et mobiliers brûlaient. Les soldats de l'ONU ont fait évacuer le bâtiment.
 
Avant les coups de feu
 
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Supporters of Congolese presidential hopeful Jean-Pierre Bemba are reflected in the sunglasses of a riot police moments before a gunbattle erupts in Kinshasa November 21, 2006. Gunmen opened fire outside Congo's Supreme Court on Tuesday during a protest by supporters of former rebel chief Jean-Pierre Bemba, who has challenged a presidential election result giving victory to his rival. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
 
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Supporters of Congolese presidential hopeful Jean-Pierre Bemba hold up a poster in front of riot police moments before a gunbattle erupts in Kinshasa November 21, 2006. Gunmen opened fire outside Congo's Supreme Court on Tuesday during a protest by supporters of former rebel chief Jean-Pierre Bemba, who has challenged a presidential election result giving victory to his rival. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
 
Qui a mis le feu?
 
A Congolese police van burns outside the smoldering supreme court building in Kinshasa, Congo, Tuesday, Nov.
A Congolese police van burns outside the smoldering supreme court building in Kinshasa, Congo, Tuesday, Nov
 
 
 
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A United Nations peacekeeper runs in front of a burning building at the Supreme Court after a gunbattle in Kinshasa November 21, 2006. Gunmen opened fire outside Congo's Supreme Court on Tuesday during a protest by supporters of former rebel chief Jean-Pierre Bemba, who has challenged a presidential election result giving victory to his rival. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
 
C'est cela les pompiers de la Capitale !
 
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Firemen salvage documents from Congo's Supreme Court, which was sacked and burnt by supporters of presidential hopeful Jean-Piere Bemba after a gun battle, in Kinshasa November 21, 2006. Gunmen opened fire outside Congo's Supreme Court on Tuesday during a protest by supporters of former rebel chief Jean-Pierre Bemba, who has challenged a presidential election result giving victory to his rival. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
 
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Firemen douse a fire at Congo's Supreme Court, which was sacked by supporters of presidential hopeful Jean-Piere Bemba after a gunbattle, in Kinshasa November 21, 2006. Gunmen opened fire outside Congo's Supreme Court on Tuesday during a protest by supporters of former rebel chief Jean-Pierre Bemba, who has challenged a presidential election result giving victory to his rival. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
 
 
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