Forces for Renewal
The Forces for Renewal (French: Forces du Renouveau) is a political party in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The party originated as a breakaway faction of the rebel Rally for Congolese Democracy (RCD) and was previously known as the RCD-Kisangani-Movement for Liberation.
|Headquarters||avenue Haut commandement, Gombe, Kinshasa|
|Colours||Light Blue, White|
|Seats in the National Assembly|
6 / 500
|Seats in the Senate|
7 / 108
Their leader, Antipas Mbusa came eleventh in the 2006 presidential elections with 96,503 votes, and won 26 seats in the simultaneous election to the National Assembly. In the 2011 general election, the Forces for Renewal lost 20 seats in the National Assembly.
It won seven out of 108 seats in the indirect elections to the Senate.