DRC President Joseph Kabila refuses to step down

Today should have been the last day of Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila in office.

But, Kabila has refused to step down saying there has to be a proper voters roll.

EWN Africa correspondent Jean-Jacques Cornish says the Constitution doesn't allow Kabila, who has been the president since 2001, to run again this year.

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