The choice will be evident by the prime minister he chooses.
A UN 'intervention brigade' will enter the country this summer to fight Congolese rebels. But the countries sending troops have a political agenda as well.
M23's reported connections with Uganda and Rwanda complicate a resolution in eastern Congo.
Before rebels known as M23 split up Congo any further, the United Nations must help this giant African nation find a unifying identity. The same goes for Rwanda.