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La commission electorale revendique sa souveraineté PDF Print E-mail
Written by Alexis Bamage   
Tuesday, 03 August 2010 22:07

Kigali : La Commission Nationale Electorale (CNE), par la voix de son président Chrysologue Karangwa, se dit satisfaite du bon déroulement de la campagne électorale dans son ensemble, bien que la ponctualité de certains candidats soit un problème.

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La France préoccupée par la suspension des médias avant les présidentielles PDF Print E-mail

Kigali : Après la dénonciation par Reportes Sans Frontières (RSF) de la  la suspension d’une trentaine de médias, le Gouvernement français exprime sa préoccupation au Gouvernement rwandais face à cette mesure, a étable ARI.

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Kagame warns: “We will fight whoever starts a war against us” PDF Print E-mail
Written by RNA Reporters   
Tuesday, 03 August 2010 17:02

Bugesera: From telling western critics they can hang, incumbent President Kagame now says for those planning war, they had better take a second chance to think over their plans. This is after an exiled ex-spy chief said President Kagame like other ‘dictators’ don’t step down, they are ‘brought down’.

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PSD proposals cover 90% of 2002 constitution – Ntawukuriryayo PDF Print E-mail
Written by Gaaki Kigambo   
Tuesday, 03 August 2010 16:03

Kigali: Less then a week to voting day on August 09, criticism of the candidates running against the incumbent President Paul Kagame have not changed. They are accused of having nothing new to propose as well as being stooges of the RPF. But in an interview with RNA’s Gaaki Kigambo, Dr. Jean Damascene Ntawukuriryayo forcefully defends his candidacy, detailing what he says differentiates PSD from the other parties. For the very vocal critics, Ntawukuriryayo says: “I think that they don’t read."

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Critics launch campaign against Rwanda elections E-mail
Written by RNA Reporters in Kigali and Washington   
Tuesday, 03 August 2010 11:18

Kigali: Hours after President Kagame firing at his fierce foreign critics telling them to “go hang”, they are countering with a drive to put Rwanda in the spotlight – less than seven days to the presidential poll on Monday next week.

 
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