Kabila Wins, Bemba Disputes
Joseph Kabila was declared president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo by the Independent Electoral Commission (CEI) with 58 percent of the votes to Bemba's 42 percent. Bemba claims that the elections were stolen from the people and is contesting the results in the courts. The Supreme Court has until the 30th of November to announce the official results. The new president will be sworn in on December 10, 2006 and serve a five-year term.
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