Political allies of former Congolese leader Joseph Kabila have trashed the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Parliament in the capital, Kinshasa, after President Felix Tshisekedi moved to end the country’s fragile governing coalition. This, Al Jazeera reports, after Tshisekedi on Sunday said he planned to form a new majority coalition and warned he might be forced to dissolve Parliament and hold fresh elections if he was not able to convince enough legislators to join. The growing tensions have sparked international alarm with the African Union calling on the country’s leaders to “work resolutely and sincerely for national harmony and to preserve peace and stability”.