The contested lawful improvements incorporate proposals to determine the powers of judges, which critics say is a ploy to muzzle the judiciary [Arsene Mpiana/AFP]
Law enforcement in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s (DRC) money have fired tear fuel for a next straight day to crack up violent protests outside parliament about proposed improvements in the judiciary.
The demonstrators, some armed with petrol bombs, blocked site visitors outside parliament in Kinshasa on Wednesday, erecting boundaries and burning tyres.
Law enforcement first fired warning shots and then used tear fuel to disperse them, AFP news company documented.
The protesters ended up