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UNITED NATIONS SANCTIONS ORDINANCE (Chapter 537)
Pursuant to the delegation of power made by the Chief Executive on 22 November 2005, I hereby specify, under section 36 of the United Nations Sanctions (Democratic Republic of the Congo) Regulation 2005 (Cap 537 sub. leg. Z), the following persons or entities referred to in the list maintained by the Committee of the Security Council of the United Nations established pursuant to paragraph 8 of Resolution 1533 for the purposes of paragraph 15 of Resolution 1596 as a relevant person or a relevant entity. This new list supersedes all previous lists specified and gazetted under section 36 of the said Regulation.

(John Tsang)

Secretary for Commerce, Industry and Technology



LAST NAME

FIRST NAME

ALIAS

DATE OF BIRTH/ PLACE OF BIRTH

PASSPORT/ IDENTIFYING INFORMATION

DESIGNATION/ JUSTIFICATION

BWAMBALE

Frank Kakolele

Frank Kakorere
Frank Kakorere Bwambale







Former RCD-ML leader, exercising influence over policies and maintaining command and control over the activities of RCD-ML forces, one of the armed groups and militias referred to in paragraph 20 of Res. 1493 (2003), responsible for trafficking of arms, in violation of the arms embargo.


KAKWAVU

BUKANDE


Jérôme

Jérôme Kakwavu




Congolese
Known as:

‘Commandant Jérôme’



Former President of UCD/FAPC . FAPC’s control of illegal border posts between Uganda and the DRC - a key transit route for arms flows. As President of the FAPC, he exercises influence over policies and maintains command and control over the activities of FAPC forces, which have been involved in arms trafficking and, consequently, in violations of the arms embargo. Given the rank of General in the FARDC in December 2004.


KATANGA

Germain







Congolese
Under house arrest in Kinshasa from March 2005 for FRPI involvement in human rights abuses.


FRPI chief. Appointed General in the FARDC in December 2004. Involved in weapons transfers, in violation of the arms embargo.


LUBANGA

Thomas




Ituri

Congolese
Arrested in Kinshasa from March 2005 for UPC/L involvement in human rights abuses violations.

President of the UPC/L, one of the armed groups and militias referred to in paragraph 20 of Res. 1493 (2003), involved in the trafficking of arms, in violation of the arms embargo.


MANDRO

Khawa Panga


Kawa Panga
Kawa Panga Mandro
Kawa Mandro
Yves Andoul Karim

Bunia

20.08.73


Congolese
Known as:

“Chief Kahwa”

“Kawa”


Ex-President of PUSIC, one of the armed groups and militia referred to in paragraph 20 of Res. 1493 (2003) involved in arms trafficking, in violation of the arms embargo. In prison in Bunia since 04/05 for sabotage of the Ituri peace process.


MPANO

Douglas







Congolese.

Based in Goma




Manager of the Compagnie Aérienne des Grands Lacs and of Great Lakes Business Company, whose aircraft were used to provide assistance to armed groups and militias referred to in paragraph 20 of Res. 1493 (2003). Also responsible for disguising information on flights and cargo apparently to allow for the violation of the arms embargo.

MUDACUMURA

Sylvestre







Rwandan
Known as:

"Radja"
"Mupenzi Bernard"


"General Major Mupenzi"

FDLR Commander on the ground, exercising influence over policies, and maintaining command and control over the activities of FDLR forces, one of the armed groups and militias referred to in paragraph 20 of Res. 1493 (2003), involved in trafficking of arms, in violation of the arms embargo.

MURWANASHY-AKA


Dr Ignace

Ignace

Butera (Rwanda)

14 May 1963



Rwandan

Resident in Germany


International travel documents issued by German authorities in Mannheim, Germa­ny:

- No. A 0089711 (issued 27 Nov. 2001 and valid until 26 Nov 2007)


- No. A 0131463 (issued 12 June 2003 and valid until 26 Nov. 2007)

President of FDLR, exercising influence over policies, and maintaining command and control over the activities of FDLR forces, one of the armed groups and militias referred to in paragraph 20 of Res. 1493 (2003), involved in trafficking of arms, in violation of the arms embargo.


MUTEBUTSI

Jules

Jules Mutebusi
Jules Mutebuzi

South Kivu


Congolese (South Kivu)

Currently detained in Rwanda.


Known as:

“Colonel Mutebutsi”



Former FARDC Deputy Military Regional Commander of 10th MR in April 2004, dismissed for indiscipline and joined forces with other renegade elements of former RCD-G to take town of Bukavu in May 04 by force. Implicated in the receipt of weapons outside of FARDC structures and provision of supplies to armed groups and militia mentioned in paragraph 20 of Res. 1493 (2003), in violation of the arms embargo.


NGUDJOLO

Matthieu, Cui

Cui Ngudjolo




‘Colonel’ or ‘General’

FNI Chief of Staff and former Chief of Staff of the FRPI, exercising influence over policies and maintaining command and control the activities of FRPI forces, one of the armed groups and militias referred to in paragraph 20 of Res. 1493 (2003), responsible for trafficking of arms, in violation of the arms embargo. Arrested by MONUC in Bunia in October 2003.


NJABU

Floribert Ngabu

Floribert Njabu
Floribert Ndjabu
Floribert Ngabu Ndjabu




Arrested and placed under house arrest in Kinshasa from March 2005 for FNI involvement in human rights abuses.

President of FNI, one of the armed groups and militias referred to in paragraph 20 of Res. 1493 (2003), involved in the trafficking of arms, in violation of the arms embargo.



NKUNDA

Laurent

Laurent Nkunda Bwatare
Laurent Nkundabatware
Laurent Nkunda Mahoro Batware

06.02.1967

North Kivu/Rutshuru



Congolese

Currently unlocated. Sightings in Rwanda and Goma.


Known as:

"General Nkunda"



Former RCD-G General. Joined forces with other renegade elements of former RCD-G to take Bukavu in May 04 by force. In receipt of weapons outside of FARDC in violation of the arms embargo.


NYAKUNI

James







Ugandan


Trade partnership with Comman­dant Jerome, parti­cu­larly smuggling across the DRC/Uganda border, including suspect­ted smuggling of weapons and military material in unchecked trucks. Viola­tion of the arms embargo and provision of assistance to armed groups and militia referred to in paragraph 20 of Res. 1493 (2003), including financial support that allows them to operate militarily.


OZIA MAZIO

Dieudonné

Ozia Mazio

Ariwara, DRC

06.06.49


Congolese
Known as:

‘Omari’


‘Mr Omari’

President of FEC in Aru territory. Financial schemes with Comman­dant Jerome and FAPC and smuggling across the DRC/Uganda border, allowing supplies and cash to be made available to Commandant Jerome and his troops. Violation of the arms embargo, inclu­ding by providing assistance to armed groups and militia referred to in paragraph 20 of Res. 1493 (2003).


TAGANDA

Bosco

Bosco Ntaganda
Bosco Ntagenda




Congolese
Known as:

‘Terminator’

‘Major’


UPC/L military commander, exercising influence over policies and maintaining command and control over the activities of UPC/L, one of the armed groups and militias referred to in paragraph 20 of Res. 1493 (2003), involved in the trafficking of arms, in violation of the arms embargo. He was appointed General in the FARDC in December 2004 but refused to accept the promotion, therefore remaining outside of the FARDC.


TOUS POUR LA PAIX ET LE DEVELOPPMENT (NGO)




TPD

Goma, North Kivu




Implicated in violation of the arms embargo, by providing assistance to RCD-G, particularly in supplying trucks to transport arms and troops, and also by transporting weapons to be distributed

to parts of the population in Masisi and Rutshuru, North Kivu, in early 2005.





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