The president of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Félix Tshisekedi, has set out his plan to break months of political deadlock with supporters of his predecessor, Joseph Kabila. In a televised address on Sunday, Tshisekedi said he would appoint an official to build a new coalition majority in the national assembly, which is dominated by Kabila’s followers. BBC Africa live reports that he said he was prepared to dissolve the assembly altogether if necessary.