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Mushikiwabo denies government role in 3 high-profile attacks PDF Print E-mail

New York: Rwanda's foreign minister on Monday vehemently denied the government was involved in three recent high-profile attacks on opponents, saying investigators and journalists should be searching for people trying to create chaos ahead of upcoming elections.

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“I’m in the race to the end” – Mukabaramba PDF Print E-mail

Kigali: A day to the start of campaigns for Rwanda’s presidency, one of the candidates, Alvera Mukabaramba, has vowed to stay in the campaigns until polling day even as she expects this year’s elections to be more competitive than the last.

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La FIDH appelle à mettre un terme aux violences pré-électorales E-mail

Kigali: La Fédération Internationale des ligues des droits de l'Homme (FIDH) appelle à mettre un terme à l'actuelle vague de violence au Rwanda et demande une enquête indépendante et impartiale sur les assassinats d'opposants politiques et de journalistes, indique-t-elle lundi dans un communiqué.

 
Le FPR a prévu 1,5 milliards Frw pour la campagne présidentielle PDF Print E-mail

Le vice- président du FPR Bazivamo Christophe (C) et le Sénateur Wellars Gasamagera s’entretiennent avec une journaliste

Kigali: Contrairement à certains partis qui ont affirmé pouvoir contracter des crédits bancaires pour leur campagne présidentielle de 2010, le Front Patriotique Rwandais (FPR) se sent confortable avec les 1,5 milliards Frw qu’il a prévus pour mener campagne en faveur de son candidat Paul Kagame.

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“Am not fronted by RPF, I respect President Kagame” (Interview) PDF Print E-mail

Kigali: Critics accuse him and the other presidential aspirants of being stooges of the ruling Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF) and say they undermine the country’s democratic credentials. But as Dr. Jean Damascene Ntawukuriryayo explains in this RNA exclusive interview, what his Social Democratic Party (PSD) has achieved should be clear to everybody that the party has an electorate which keeps voting its members at every election.

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