Plenty is doing.
"One of the most striking aspects of Congolese domestic politics since 1963 is the divergence between ideological rhetoric and practice. Congolese leaders have constantly exhorted their countrymen to become selflessly devoted to the achievement of revolutionary goals, yet little seems to have been achieved. At a [Congolese Labour Party (Marxist-Leninist) Congress in 1974], Marien Ngouabi [who seized power in 1968, and was Congolese President till his assassination in 1977] raised the question 'Where lies the reason for the obvious separation between revolutionary theory and practice in our country?' He apportioned the blame equally among the masses, party cadres and government bureaucrats."
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