There has not been a peaceful transition of power in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in decades.
But millions of Congolese had high hopes they would be able to choose a new president this week.
It is the latest setback in the electoral process since Kabila refused to leave office two years ago.
Will voters ever get to choose a new president in DRC?
There are fears of violence if an election does not take place.
Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom
Okito Tongomo – president of the Congolese Exile Government
Alain Atundu – DRC’s ruling party spokesman
Indigo Ellis – risk consultant at Verisk Maplecroft
Source: Al Jazeera News