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Congo presidential election: Runner-up calls for protests after court rejects vote challenge

Independent Sunday, 20 January 2019
'I am now considering myself as the sole legitimate president of the Democratic Republic of Congo,' rival Martin Fayulu says despite loss
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News video: DR Congo: Court rules in favour of Tshisekedi for president

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Martin Fayulu has called for protests after the Congolese constitutional court rejected a challenge to the election results.

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