DRC / President Félix Tshisekedi promotes parity: Mrs Judith Tuluka Suminwa becomes Prime Minister

President Félix Tshisekedi has once again demonstrated his commitment to a more equitable society by appointing Madame Judith Tuluka Suminwa as Prime Minister. This decision marks a significant step towards a more diverse and inclusive representation at the highest levels of the Congolese government.

Before her appointment as Prime Minister, Madame Tuluka served as Minister of State for Planning, showcasing competence and dedication to the economic and social development of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Madame Tuluka’s promotion to this prestigious position is a tangible example of President Félix Tshisekedi’s commitment to promoting equity and diversity in political leadership.

 By selecting a competent and experienced woman for this key role, the President sends a strong message about the importance of including women in decision-making processes.

This appointment not only represents progress towards a fairer and more just society but also demonstrates recognition of individual merit and professional skills beyond gender or political affiliations.

Madame Judith Tuluka Suminwa’s appointment as Prime Minister under President Félix Tshisekedi’s leadership reflects a continued commitment to promoting gender equality and diversity in Congolese politics.

It sets a positive example of progressive leadership deserving of recognition and support in its pursuit of a better and more inclusive Congo.

Jean-Robert Tchandy

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