Mai-Ndombe Province (proposed)

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Coordinates: 01°57′S 018°16′E / 1.950°S 18.267°E / -1.950; 18.267

Location of Mai-Ndombe province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Mai-Ndombe is one of 25 proposed provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo specified in the country's 2005 Constitution (effective 18 February 2006), under Article 2.[1]

Planned formation[edit]

Mai-Ndombe was to be created from country's the existing 10 provinces within 36 months (18 February 2009), according to Article 226.[2] As of October 2010, this had not taken place.[3] The new province was to be formed by combining Plateaux District, Mai-Ndombe District and the city of Bandundu, all in the present-day Bandundu Province. The capital of Mai-Ndombe province was to be Inongo.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Constitution de la République démocratique du Congo: Article 2". Wikisource. 
  2. ^ "Constitution de la République démocratique du Congo: Article 226". Wikisource. 
  3. ^ "The AMP conclave: Another step towards 2011 elections". Congo Siasa. 
  4. ^ "Provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo". Statiods.com. 

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