Victoire Ingabire adopts 3 years old inmate Cynthia

In her notes recently published by the Editions Scribe under the French title ‘Entre les 4 murs de 1930’, (Between the 4 walls of 1930 – my translation) the Rwandan political prisoner Victoire Ingabire tells among many other moving facts a touching story of her 3 years inmate Cynthia. She explains the circumstances that make her decide to adopt her despite her own carceral conditions.


Debate – Rwanda Post-Genocide Restoration

On November 12th 2015, in the city of Tromsø in Norway; Terram Pacis in collaboration with UN local chapter, The city of Tromsø and Rwanda Advocacy Partnership Committee organized a first ever open debate on Rwanda Post-Genocide Restoration and peace-building.


Rwanda/Terror: U.S. authorities warn Maj Robert Higiro of an assassination attempt on his life by Paul Kagame’s hit squads, on foreign land.

“The U.S. warning to Mr. Higiro about the threat to his life in Belgium is part of a larger pattern of threats against Mr. Kagame’s critics in the same country. Early last year, eight Belgian police officers were deployed to guard the home of a former Rwandan prime minister, Faustin Twagiramungu, who has become a dissident and opponent of Mr. Kagame. He said Belgian police and state security officers had warned him that his life was in danger.

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Parliament Votes to Maintain Term Limits in the Constitution but Introduces an Inconsistent Article 172

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda takes note of today’s (29/10/2015) vote by the Rwandan Parliament on the draft constitution and especially on Article 101, regarding term limits. It’s good that the Parliament took notice of our request and accepted to reduce the term limits from 7 years to 5 years and also to maintain the term limits.


Stockholm:Rwandan refugees in Nordic countries have organised a conference

Rwandan refugees in Nordic countries have organised a conference in Stockholm which focused on human rights violence committed by their government up to the far North and south poles.