Of course no country can repair its past (here, with respect to Indigenous peoples) but I'm glad to see Belgium naming a central square - near the Matonge neighbourhood which is an important economic and cultural hub for Congolese Belgians - after the architect of Congolese independance, killed in a coup with Belgian involvement.
I used to work 300 m from Matonge. A fun and living area.
Maybe we could remove some Léopold I squares and switch them to Congolese names. But at least our history books don't hide anymore the enormous casualties that came during - at least the first part - of colonisation.