Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Jan 2, 2019 / 05:56 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The Catholic Bishops’ Conference in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is drawing attention to voting problems that could call into question the outcome of a presidential election that has already been delayed two years.

In a Dec. 31 statement, the bishops’ conference voiced concern about voting irregularities, including registered voters who were turned away from polling stations because their names were not on voting lists and election observers being expelled from polling stations by police officers.

The DRC bishops’ conference was among the organizations that sent election

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