On Dec. 30, the Democratic Republic of the Congo held a historic election.
It could mark the first peaceful transition of power in the country since the end of Belgian rule in 1960.
But the announcement of the results has been delayed, leading to suspicions of irregularities.
CGTN’s Chris Ocamringa has this report from Kinshasa.
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The Democratic Republic of Congo's most recent election is plagued with tampering, fraud and delays. Here's why
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