Monthly Archives: June 2017

Rwanda: General Paul Kagame designated “against his will!” as a candidate of the RPF Inkotanyi during the August presidential election

Au lendemain du plébiscite du Général Paul Kagame comme candidat du FPR-Inkotanyi lors de l’élection présidentielle d’août prochain, les FDU-Inkingi, parti d’opposition au régime en place à Kigali, ont l’honneur d’adresser à la communauté rwandaise et internationale les observations ci-après :

Le Général Paul Kagame feint de regretter qu’il doive se représenter une troisième fois comme candidat à l’élection présidentielle. En effet, dans son adresse à ses partisans à l’issue de son plébiscite comme candidat à sa propre succession, le Général Paul Kagame déclare : « vous m’avez demandé de rester et voilà je reste… ». Following the plebiscite of General Paul Kagame as a candidate of the RPF-Inkotanyi in the August presidential election in Rwanda, the FDU-Inkingi, a political party of the opposition to the regime in place in Kigali, has the honor to address to the Rwandan people and the international community the following observations:

General Paul Kagame feigned a regret that he had to run for a third time as a candidate in the presidential election. In his speech addressed to his followers after his plebiscite as a candidate for his own succession, General Paul Kagame declared: “You asked me to stay and here I remain…”.

RWANDA: FEAR AND AGONY OF FAMILIES OVER ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCES OF LOVED ONES BY SECURITY AGENTS

PRESS RELEASE

 

There are reports of a rise in enforced disappearances in the Rwandan capital Kigali during the month of May 2017 just two months before presidential elections scheduled for August 4, 2017, by people believed to be security agents. What is happening calls to mind the clampdown on opposition leaders, journalists, and anyone critical of the ruling party before 2010 presidential elections.

(Français) RWANDA : LES CRIMES D’ETAT SE POURSUIVENT AU RWANDA

LES SERVICES DE SECURITE ENRAGES PAR LA MOBILISATION DE BRUXELLES CONTRE LE PRESIDENT KAGAME SE DEFOULENT SUR LA PRESIDENTE DES FDU-INKINGI MME VICTOIRE INGABIRE UMUHOZA.

Les FDU-Inkingi ont à peine dénoncé le lâche assassinant de Damascène Habarugira, dont le corps sauvagement mutilé a été retrouvé à Nyamata, que les services de sécurité s’acharnent cette fois-ci contre la Présidente Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza en personne, dans la prison centrale de Kigali où elle purge injustement une peine de 15 ans.

Nous apprenons en effet de source dignes de foi que le chef d’antenne des services de renseignements de cette prison, le sous-lieutenant Ntwari Guy Julien, mène au sein de la prison une campagne d’isolement et d’intimidation contre Victoire Ingabire, la traitant d’ennemi (adui). Cette campagne de mauvais aloi intervient au moment où le chef de l’Etat qui se trouve en Europe pour ses éternelles tournées de propagande, fait face à des manifestations de ressortissants rwandais opposés à sa politique répressive et surtout à son ambition de se maintenir contre vents et marée au pouvoir jusqu’en 2034.

RWANDA: RPF REGIME PERSITS IN EXTORTING MONEY FROM POOR RWANDANS TO FUND PRESIDENT KAGAME’S CAMPAIGN

PRESS RELEASE

 

FDU-Inkingi, a political party opposed to the regime in Kigali, strongly condemns the institutionalized extortion of money from poor Rwandans. Indeed, we have learned from well informed sources that the FPR party has just ordered Rwandan employees to pay 50% of their salary as a “special contribution” to support the candidacy of President Paul Kagame in the flawed presidential elections scheduled for August 2017.

RWANDA: THE RPF REGIME GETS CAUGHT IN ITS OWN GAME AS NGABOYAMAHINA FRANCOIS FALLS VICTIM OF THE ELECTORAL PROCESS

The Unified Democratic Forces (FDU Inkingi), a political party opposed to the Rwandan ruling party, RPF regime, strongly condemns the continuing violence carried out by the regime against Rwandan citizens.

On May 29, 2017, FDU Inkingi issued a statement condemning the extortion of money from Rwandans which consists of instructing all employees in both the public and private sectors to pay 50% of their wages to support the candidacy of President Paul Kagame, chairman of the ruling RPF party, for the flawed presidential elections scheduled for August 4, 2017.