National Assembly (Democratic Republic of the Congo)

The National Assembly is the lower house and main legislative political body of the Parliament of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It was established by the 2006 constitution.[1]

National Assembly

Assemblée nationale
3rd Legislature of the Third Republic of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Type
Type
History
Founded1960
Leadership
Christophe Mboso N'Kodia Pwanga
since 3 February 2021
Structure
Political groups
  People's Party for Peace and Democracy (PPPD): 21 seats
  Social Movement (MS): 23 seats
  Unified Lumumbist Party (PALU): 17 seats
  Union for the Congolese Nation (UNC): 14 seats
  Alliance for Renewal in Congo (ARC): 21 seats
  Alliance of the Democratic Forces of Congo (AFDC): 41 seats
  Alternative Action for Well-being and Change (AAB): 30 seats
  Alliance of Actors for Good Governance of Congo (AABC): 22 seats
  Congolese Party for Development (PCD): 11 seats
  Alternative Action for Well-being and Change (AAB): 30 seats
  Future of Congo (ACO): 12 seats
  Alliance of Movements of Kongo (AMK): 20 seats
  Alliance for Building an Emerging Congo (ABCE): 11 seats
  Other parties: 35 seats
  Undecided: 23 seats
Length of term
5 years
Elections
Last election
30 December 2018
Meeting place
Palais du Peuple
Lingwala/Kinshasa
Website
Official website

It is located at the People's Palace (French: Palais du Peuple) in Kinshasa.

The most recent National Assembly was sworn in on January 28, 2019.[2][3][4]


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