He had said it, he did it! The Congolese president, faced with the recurring difficulties encountered in the management of the country with his ally FCC, organized for three weeks consultations with the “living forces” of the nation. Aim of this process: to find ways and means to get out of the paralysis affecting the Congolese power (there has been no Council of Ministers for more than six weeks. The convening of these councils is a presidential prerogative, art 79 of the Congolese Constitution). The real objective of these consultations: to try to find an alternative majority that would allow President Tshisekedi’s political family to do without his cumbersome partner, Joseph Kabila. Concern, the latter, before ceding his throne to the successor he chose, took care to acquire an absolute majority in the National Assembly.