The Congolese lawyer was elected, on Wednesday 12 October at 4am, president of the Bar Association of Central Kongo, a province located in the west of the DRC. Elected in the first round, she obtained 655 votes out of 1111 voters, against her opponents Me Rigobert Suami (362 votes) and Me Léon Matho (86 votes).
The only woman in the running for this election, Cherine Luzaisu is the first woman elected president of the Central Kongo Bar since its creation in 1983 and the eighth president of this province. She is also the second woman elected president . . .
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