A president of the Republic from the opposition. A majority in parliament in favor of incumbent President Joseph Kabila's party. To govern well, Felix Tshisekedi may have to choose his prime minister – and some of the regal positions – in Joseph Kabila's broad coalition. In any case, it is the perspective that emerges from the results of the legislative elections.

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Two days after the surprise of the proclamation of Felix Tshisekedi as president of the DRC, according to the disputed provisional results of the CENI, the electoral commission made public the figures of the legislative ones. Too busy with the strategy to win the presidential election, the Congolese opposition has probably forgotten – neglected – the legislative.

The results of the legislative elections, the CENI gave the name of 485 deputies out of the 500 elected which should populate the Parliament. Fifteen seats in the Chamber still have to be filled because of the elections postponed to Beni, Butembo and Yumbi. But nothing can stop the advance of the Common Front for Congo (FCC), the coalition of which Joseph Kabila is the moral authority. Of these 485 deputies, AFP was able to trace the political affiliation of 429 of them. The count of the French agency shows that between 261 and 288 are affiliated to the pro-Kabila coalition.

Still according to AFP's countdown, the People's Party for Reconstruction and Democracy (PPRD) of outgoing President Kabila has won 48 seats. This figure rises to 68, counting the 20 deputies of the PPPD of the Minister of the Interior Henri Mova. And it will continue to rise as the results are refined since Joseph Kabila should rely on the seats won by parties in his coalition.

Deal at the top of the state

Second political force, the Lamuka coalition of the unfortunate candidate Martin Fayulu wins 94 seats in front of the new coalition in power,

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Felix Tshisekedi, declared president of the DRC, according to provisional results
Presidential election in the DRC: interim results expected on 9 or 10 January
Presidential election in the DRC: as the announcement of the results is postponed, the United States is preparing for a military intervention
Counting of votes: why Internet is cut in DRC …