Legislators in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have voted to remove pro-Kabila Prime Minister Sylvestre Ilunga Ilunkamba, collapsing the government and handing President Felix Tshisekedi a chance to appoint loyalists to key ministries. This, Al Jazeera reports, after Tshisekedi last month moved to end a coalition formed with former president Joseph Kabila that has constrained his authority since he took office in January 2019. Tshisekedi’s new political alliance, known as the Sacred Union, is yet to be officially formed, but is likely to be comprised of more than 20 parties, giving him an overwhelming majority to pass legislation. However, political analysts say Tshisekedi may also find it difficult to juggle the diverging interests of his coalition.