CSG

Social Justice Movement

Political Movement

JUSTICE FOR DR CONGOLESE VICTIM OF ALL ATROCITIES CAUSED BY Mr Kabila’s Regime…JOIN OUR POLITICAL MOVEMENT FOR CHANGE…… OUR SLOGAN: POWER, ACTION, ACCOUNTABILITY & CHANGE,——–, WE ARE THE FUTURE STABLE REGIME IN DR CONGO……..





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OUR  POLITICAL  MOVEMENT
DIASPORA TOGETHER FOR CHANGE OF REGIME IN DR CONGO
CHARTER OF MEMBERSHIP
Each Member Commits:
1.  To obey and uphold the Constitution and By-Laws of the Movement
2.  To be honest, open and fair
3. To stand up for the right of “freedom of speech” (with its attendant responsibility) in our society
4. To uphold the finest DR Congo traditions of mateship, “a fair go” and loyalty
5. To keep DR Congo, i.e. to recognize the historic traditions and the unique
DR Congo culture that could have made this country great and that would make it a place that many others desire to come to; this means that we do not embrace multiculturalism which means downgrading our culture; we do welcome people from all countries to assimilate into our country while being free to celebrate, without taxpayer funding, their own background and culture which should not be forced upon us, our laws and our institutions.
a) To recognize his or her individual moral accountability to take political and social actions for the benefit of fellow DR Congo’s and humanity in general.
b)  To end eavor to empower self and others around me to take our part in the civic duties and democratic life of our nation and of our Movement.
c) To be a doer rather than a hearer only – Within realistic limits of family relationships and work commitments, to not leave it up to somebody else to fix problems or meet needs, and in taking decisions in our Movement we acknowledge that persons who have done work deserve their opinions to carry more weight than those who have only talked in theory.
d) Within my individual capacity and aptitudes, to try to educate myself in aspects of politics,Ø economics, ethics etc suitable to my current role and any prospective future role;
e)  To listen respectfully to the opinions of other members and promote orderly debate in Movement forums
f)  To sort out any problems “in-the-family” i.e. within the Movement through the Constitution andØ its related procedures, and to not question or criticize a fellow member in the media, to not put the Movement to shame publicly etc
Members who have been elected into positions of leadership also commit:
Ø To be held accountable to Movement members for their trust and stewardship
Ø To place DR Congo’s national interest above the Movement interest
Ø To place the Movement’s interests above their own self-interest
Ø To advise a Board member of any conflict of interest or circumstance (such as being out of one’s depth) that could adversely affect the Movement’s public image or internal functioning
Ø To acknowledge that all Movement records are the property of the Movement and are to be handed over promptly when one’s position of leadership finishes
Ø To delegate to the maximum extent possible
Ø To provide helpful guidance to assist those to whom delegations are given
Ø To support, train and motivate fellow members without partiality
Time for change in DR Congo, all members of our Diaspora has moral duties for change of regime in our country, it is time for us to contribute, we hold the future of our country.
President
Okito


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