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Some Rwandans in Canada put hope in election, others doubt fairness of vote PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Canadian Press   
Saturday, 31 July 2010 20:08

Toronto, Canada: John Rukumbura will travel more than 450 kilometres next week just to cast a single vote in the Rwandan elections, in the hopes that it will contribute to democracy in his homeland.

Le marathon de Kagame et la promesse d’un stade PDF Print E-mail
Written by Leon Nzabandora   
Friday, 30 July 2010 22:54

Boniface Rucagu, le coordinateur des Intore et le député Désire Nyandwi dansent dans le meeting du FPR à Nyamagabe (Toutes les photo par Leon Nzabandora)

Nyamagabe, Huye, Nyanzxa : « Vous aurez bientôt un stade sur cette place où nous nous trouvons », telle est la promesse que Paul Kagame, le candidat du FPR (Front Patriotique Rwandais) aux présidentielles du 9 août, a fait aux habitants du district de Nyanza ce vendredi.

First TV debate: presidential candidates stay away PDF Print E-mail
Written by Fred Mwasa   
Friday, 30 July 2010 22:21

Kigali: For two hours, representatives of the competing political parties were on all the broadcast private and state media – in a debate which at some point was marred with laughter at the points the parties were raising, and even some became combative.

Dutch Ambassador: Rwanda “elections will be free and fair” E-mail
Written by RNA Reporter   
Friday, 30 July 2010 14:47

Kigali: The donor community says the introduction of a revised electoral code should ensure a peaceful and technically sound ballot, following the European Union's recommendations after the 2008 legislative elections where they found procedural irregularities in over half the polling stations.

RPF, PSD fight for South and Western Provinces (News analysis) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Gaaki Kigambo   
Friday, 30 July 2010 11:53

PSD's Ntawukuriryayo (Left, Photo: Gaaki Kigambo) is not taking any chances in battling for the South and West, despite the massive vote-searching force of incumbent President Kagame (Right, Photo: Margaret Cappa)

Kigali: With the presidential campaigns half way to the end, and the race largely between the ruling Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF) and the Social Democratic Party (PSD) candidates, the Southern Province has maintained its significance in Rwanda politics, while the West has emerged the new province to fight for.

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