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The government has been criticized for assuring the president that the situation is “under control”

Situation «Cemetery Further “Under control” After the eruption of Nyaragongo volcano and The eviction of millions of people In the city of Coma, Congolese President Felix Czece, on Saturday, May 29, responded to criticism of the government’s management of the crisis.

At a press conference, Mr. Ciccedi ruled that it was “It is absolutely necessary to evacuate the city”, Indicating a sudden and chaotic discharge last Thursday, therefore “We still don’t know what will happen.”. “The city has an underground volcanic eruption that could erupt at any time (…)”, He recalled, “Strong counseling against returning to coma”.

“We have a problem with migrants, but at least they are alive. Bringing them back is very dangerous (in the current situation).”, Underlined the head of state.

These displaced people are estimated by the government to be around 400,000. “Ran in many directions”, And “It is difficult to have the right number of them to organize an effective maintenance, which is why a long time has passed.”As criticism mounts in the country over the management of the sudden May 22 eruption – at least 34 people were killed – especially Thursday’s evacuation was ordered without explicit organization or logistical support.

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Many have already seen an example in the May 22 eruption “State Bankruptcies”, “No alarm system working”, Especially due to lack of budget, and “Management by bipometer”, Thus the newspaper estimated Ego News, Judging that “The idea was that the people had abandoned its tragic fate.”.

In the aftermath of the eruption, the government sent a large ministerial delegation to the coma, linking pledges of assistance and visits, with great reinforcement of assurances. “Comfort” For disaster victims. But conditions expelled on Thursday renewed criticism.

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On May 22, two massive volcanic eruptions escaped from the side of the volcano, one of which came to rest in the northeastern suburbs of Coma.

“It is very difficult to get vehicles during evacuation”, Agreed by President Czechoslovakia. “Today we are on track to start using drinking water and food.” At the sites where they took refuge, he confirmed. “These displaced people have only been displaced for a short time. The biggest job will be in a coma, where 5,000 homes will be destroyed.” Through the flow of the volcano, he expected, at the same time promised to arrange for the return of the guards. He started one “Invite donations”, Though “A budget will be released”, Whose management will be “Light shines”.

The Coma Volcano Laboratory (OVG) now lists three main sights for the coming days: “Magma is underground without exploding”, With or without a series of earthquakes in recent days; Or earthquakes continue and volcanoes reappear in dry land.

Fourth disaster hypothesis, a “A landslide or a large earthquake disrupts the deep water of the lake and causes the appearance of dissolved gases.”, Is now determined “Very low”, Further “Cannot be excluded”.

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  • Earthquakes continued near Nyaragongo on Thursday, with a magnitude of 4.9.  Nearly 400 earthquakes have been felt since Sunday when the May 22 eruption gave no warning sign.  Due to contact with magma,

    Earthquakes continued near Nyaragongo on Thursday, with a magnitude of 4.9. Nearly 400 earthquakes have been felt since Sunday when the May 22 eruption gave no warning sign. Authorities are raising the risk of a “catastrophic situation” due to contact with magma, “starting from cracks created by seismic movements” and the explosion of a gas pocket under Lake Kivu. Save via Kids / Reuters

  • The coma and surrounding areas caused traffic congestion following the evacuation orders of the authorities on the morning of May 27.  Rows of heavy-duty cars, lorries, and minibuses lined the west to reach Zak.

    The coma and surrounding areas caused traffic congestion following the evacuation orders of the authorities on the morning of May 27. Rows of heavy-duty cars, lorries, and minibuses lined the west to reach Zak. Justin Kabumba / Abby

  • GUERCHOM NDEBO / AFP

  • On May 27, dozens of people took refuge in makeshift shelters in Zak, 25 km west of Coma.

    On May 27, dozens of people took refuge in makeshift shelters in Zak, 25 km west of Coma. GUERCHOM NDEBO / AFP

  • Moses Sawasawa / Abi

  • A satellite image shows the Nyragongo volcano before it erupts on May 20.

    A satellite image shows the Nyragongo volcano before it erupts on May 20. HANDOUT / AFP

  • A volcanic eruption on the outskirts of Coma threatens to submerge homes.  Thousands of panicked residents fled the city on Saturday.

    A volcanic eruption on the outskirts of Coma threatens to engulf homes. Thousands of panicked residents fled the city on Saturday. Moses Sawasawa / AFP

  • Moses Sawasawa / AFP

  • A previous eruption in Nyaragongo on January 17, 2002, killed at least 100 people.  Deadly, in 1977, more than 600 died.

    A previous eruption in Nyaragongo on January 17, 2002, killed at least 100 people. Deadly, in 1977, more than 600 died. Moses Sawasawa / AFP

  • Coma has a population of over 600,000 and more than 2 million people with its accumulation.  At least 32 people have been killed in a landslide in Nyaragongo.

    Coma has a population of over 600,000 and more than 2 million people with its accumulation. At least 32 people have been killed in a landslide in Nyaragongo. GUERCHOM NDEBO / AFP

  • Although many homes were destroyed by the volcano on the outskirts of Coma, the city was largely saved by the eruption.

    Although many homes were destroyed by the volcano on the outskirts of Coma, the city was largely saved by the eruption. CLARICE BUTSAPU / AP

  • Police and army have been deployed to protect the coma and its environs.  According to the government,

    Police and army have been deployed to protect the coma and its environs. According to the government, a “support system” has been put in place to “guide the displaced to safer places”. However, in the latter case, many complain about the complete absence of these mechanisms. Save via Kids / Reuters

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