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M23 President Bertrand Bisiimwa gave instructions under reference number 0053 / Pres – M23/2013 that Nzeyi must be subjected to disciplinary proceedings.
He was also stripped of his duties as a representative of the Movement.
“I inform you that from today you are suspended from your duties as a Member of the Political Bureau of the Movement of March 23, and a member of the Delegation of the Movement to Kampala talks until further notice,” Bisiimwa wrote in a letter seen by Chimpreports.
“You are put at the disposal of Disciplinary Board of the Movement for the serious acts of indiscipline used against you.”
Bisiimwa clarified that “in effect throughout the duration of your (Nzeyi) suspension you lose mandate and capacity to initiate or represent the Movement’s interests under any circumstances whatsoever.”
Sources say Nzeyi was holding secret meetings with people believed to be agents of DRC President Joseph Kabila.
It is also said his recent antagonistic conduct raised fears among his colleagues that he could have been bought off to break up the active political wing of the M23 ahead of signing of the peace accord.
The peace talks’ facilitator, Crispus Kiyonga said Monday the peace deal would be signed in the not-too-distant future.
Bisiimwa a fortnight ago suspended Sendugu Museveni, the Movement’s Head of Department of Foreign Affairs.
The leader of the M23 Delegation, Rene Abandi, told this website then that Museveni was “working against the interests of the organisation” and that he had “turned into a job seeker instead of working for the interests of the Movement.”