Viewfinder: Protests Break Out After Elections Are Further Postponed in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

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Supporters of the Democratic Republic of the Congo's Union for Democracy and Social Progress party demonstrate outside the party headquarters in Kinshasa on December 20th, 2018, to protest against the postponed elections. The DRC's troubled journey to elect a successor to the incumbent president hit a new snag on December 20th, three days before voting, as electoral supervisors ordered a week-long postponement after a fire destroyed polling equipment.

Supporters of the Democratic Republic of the Congo's Union for Democracy and Social Progress party demonstrate outside the party headquarters in Kinshasa on December 20th, 2018, to protest against the postponed elections. The DRC's troubled journey to elect a successor to the incumbent president hit a new snag on December 20th, three days before voting, as electoral supervisors ordered a week-long postponement after a fire destroyed polling equipment.

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