The United Nation is asking questions about Congo’s government’s probe of the murder of two U.N.experts, who were investigating mass graves in Kasai region.
Congolese authorities said on Saturday they had completed a 10-week investigation and that two men will face trial for the murders in March of American Michael Sharp and Swedish-Chilean Zaida Catalan.
Spokesperson Stephane Dujarric says the probe appears to have been done in haste and the government is yet to share the findings of its investigation.
A board of inquiry set up by the UN will present a report on their deaths at the end of July.
Swedish and US investigators are also looking into the case.