Members of The National Assembly of The Democratic Republic of The Congo 2006-2011

Members Of The National Assembly Of The Democratic Republic Of The Congo 2006-2011

Members of the National Assembly elected for the 2006-2011 term were as follows:

Read more about Members Of The National Assembly Of The Democratic Republic Of The Congo 2006-2011:  Bas-Congo - 24 Deputies, Kinshasa - 58 Deputies, Maniema - 12 Deputies, Nord-Kivu (48 Deputies), Sud-Kivu - 32 Seats)

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