Democratic Republic of the Congo
Practice Relating to Rule 100. Fair Trial Guarantees
Section K. Public proceedings
The Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Military Judiciary Code (2002) provides:
The debates before the military jurisdiction are public.
If publicity is harmful to the military public order or morals, the jurisdiction orders proceedings in camera.
When in camera proceedings have been ordered, this equally applies to the pronouncement of incidental decisions.
The decision on the merits is always pronounced in public.