Paul Kagame opponents press for charges over DRC conflict
Rwandan opposition parties in exile will go to The Hague to urge action over claims regime is arming rebels across border The Rwandan president, Paul Kagame, strenuously denies claims his regime is supporting rebel forces in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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#1 Aug 14, 2012
seriously speaking,there is no serious political opposition to Paul Kagame regime,otherwise they should speaking about what is wrong inside Rwanda,and not always taking he opportunity of what the international community speaks about Like M23 D.R.Congo rebels or Habyalimana Juvenal ,death INSTEAD of looking of why these unfortunate events happens,i guess it happens because of political power desire's like them at all means.actually some otherwise so called opposition have been working with Kagame and disagree on personal interests,others worked with those who did genocide!I WISH THERE COULD BE REAL OPPOSITION AIMING AT CORRECTING THINGS NOT JUST TAKING POWER
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