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Opposition's Felix Tshisekedi declared winner of DRC presidential poll.

Felix Tshisekedi Leader of the Democratic Republic of Congo's political party Union for Democracy and Social Progress Felix Tshisekedi waves to the crowd during a campaign rally in Kinshasa,

In Summary
Felix Tshisekedi, 55, hopes the elections will hand him the presidential prize that eluded his late father Etienne, who founded the DRC's mainstream opposition party, the Union for Democracy and Social Progress (UDPS), in 1982.
Known to his friends as "Fatshi," he gained a Belgian diploma in marketing and communication and rose doggedly through the party ranks.
But he has never held high office or had management experience and is hobbled by the lack of his father's charisma.