Prime Minister Adolphe Muzito of Congo, Democratic Republic of the

Prime Minister Adolphe Muzito has respected regional balance by selecting four ministers from each of the countrys 11 provinces.
In the government that was appointed on 5 February 2007, Muzito was included as Minister of the Budget.
After Gizenga, the leader of PALU, resigned as Prime Minister on 25 September 2008 for reasons related to age and health, Muzito was appointed by President Joseph Kabila to succeed Gizenga on 10 October 2008.
Muzito is also to visit Sud-Kivu and the Eastern Province where other armed groups operate.
Government Sends 2009 Budget to ParliamentCongo News Agency - December 1, 2008Prime Minister Adolphe Muzito has sent the government's 2009 budget proposal to the Parliament.
Prime Minister Adolphe Muzito is named,' according to an order signed by Kabila and read on television.
Muzito is from the same party as Gizenga, the Unified Lumumbist Party, or PALU.
The cabinet headed by Prime Minister, Adolphe Muzito was approved by 294 lawmakers, with 67 voting against it while seven abstained, said parliament speaker Vital Kamerhe.
Muzito has earned praise from diplomats and donors for his fiscal discipline in pushing through austere budgets for Congo following years of political turmoil and a devastating 1998-2003 war that left much of the country's infrastructure in ruins.