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Press Release

The ordinary congress of the Political Party, FDU-Inkingi, held its meeting on the 13-14, September 2014. More than 75% of delegates, well above the required quorum for the congress to sit, enthusiastically embraced congress deliberations. Delegates hailed from different continents and countries including Europe (Belgium, France, Germany, Holland, and the UK), America (the US) and Africa (Rwanda and Senegal). Participants to the Congress discussed the socio-political situation in Rwanda and the ongoing repression against the Rwandan people;

Aware that the RPF regime continues to close the political space and resorts to killing or to state sponsored enforced disappearances of its critics,

Referring to the resolutions taken by the latest extraordinary congress held in Breda, The Netherlands, in April 2014;

Takes the following Resolutions :


On September 13th, 2014, the political party FDU- Inkingi held its Ordinary Congress in Alost, Belgium.

Following the approval of the minutes of the latest Extraordinary Congress held in Breda, Netherlands, on April 13th and 14th, 2014, the Congress put into effect the resolutions relating to the elections of the Governing Body of the Party.

Rwandan official disappears after Common wealth games

August 7, 2014
Written by David Isabirye
Published in Others

A top official from Rwandan contingent to the 2014 Common wealth games has vanished.

Leon Mutangana, 35, the coach of the Athletics disappeared without a trace from Team Rwanda camp in Glasgow, Scotland.

His absence, first noticed midway the games was at first covered up by the other traveling officials as there remained some ray of hope for his resurfacing that never was.

USA-Rwanda: A joint memorandum of Rwandan opposition political parties and civil society organizations submitted to the White House with regard to the US-Africa Leaders’ Summit: August 4 to August 6, 2014.

August 1st, 2014

Excellency, Mr. President of the United States of America
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500

Re: President Paul Kagame’s criminal record, human rights abuse practices and dictatorship

Your Excellency Mr. President:

Rwandan opposition political parties and civil society organizations operating in the US are very thankful to you, President Obama, for wanting to engage African Heads of states on matters of mutual interest. However, the same organizations invite the US Government to take a hard look on the criminal record of President Paul Kagame of Rwanda, his human rights abuse practices and his dictatorship against the Rwandan people, which are not consistent with American values and ideals. The ultimate goal is to avoid getting America’s image tainted abroad by its association with Kagame’s criminal enterprise.