Ituri Interim Assembly

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Ituri Interim Assembly
Type
Type
Leadership
Chairperson
Seats 32 assembly members
Meeting place
Bunia, Democratic Republic of Congo


The Ituri Interim Assembly is a 32-member legislative body that serves as the legislature of Ituri region of the Democratic Republic of Congo. It was created in April 2003 by the Ituri Pacification Commission, a UN-sponsored commission that assessed the current state of conflict in the Ituri region. Petronille Vaweka is the chairperson of the Assembly and represents the province in the National Assembly in Kinshasa.

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