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Page 11 - ... selectivity will be demanded of the memory of the Congolese. In the case of the legend of Lumumba, it is a selectivity which has already taken place. As we have argued before, the very idea of a Nation can sometimes be a little too abstract, and hence a little too cold, to command ready human allegiance. To give the idea of a Nation warmth, it is often necessary either to personify it metaphorically, or, more effectively, to give it specific human form in national heroes. This is why ancestor-worship...
Page 13 - ... if the Assembly so resolves, the President shall cease to hold office upon the third day following the passage of the resolution unless he sooner dissolves Parliament. (6) No proceedings shall be taken or continued under this section at any time when Parliament is dissolved. 37. (1) If the office of President becomes vacant by reason of the death or resignation of the President or by reason of the President ceasing to hold office by virtue of section 85 or 36 of this Constitution, the VicePresident...