Friday, 31 May 2013

Fw: *DHR* Re: [uRwanda_rwacu] Rwanda: Direct talks between FDLR and Government would pave way for lasting peace in the region

Habyarimana nawe yagezaho ajya mu mishyikirano n'inyenzi. N'imishyikirano hagati ya Kagame na FDLR izaza. Nubwo iyo mishyikirano yaba nyuma nyaho  Kagame apfuye ntacyo bitwaye. Icyangombwa ni ukomeza pression kuri Kagame duhereye kuri ubushishozi bwa Perezida wa Tanzania. Museveni we mumwihorere mbona ntacyo amaze nta n'icyo yamariye akarere. Kandi arashaje ku buryo atakimenya n'ibyo asinya cyangwa akora.

From: Nzinink <>
To: Nzinink <>
Sent: Friday, 31 May 2013, 13:20
Subject: [uRwanda_rwacu] Rwanda: Direct talks between FDLR and Government would pave way for lasting peace in the region
"A democratic government is urgently needed in Kigali. In my opinion, it is obvious that a democratically elected government in Kigali would not need to sponsor armed groups in the provinces of North and South Kivu.

In addition, such a democratically elected government in Kigali would refuse to offer back-up bases to any Congolese armed groups, including the one belonging to the Tutsi rebel Laurent Nkundabatware, whose rebellions would shortly die off by themselves. Concerning the Rwandan armed groups, including the FDLR combatants, a democratically elected government in Kigali would not be afraid to directly discuss with them.

Direct talks between these combatants and the democratically elected Rwandan government would set up new relationships under which the armed struggle would be meaningless. These armed groups would not have any reason to refuse to face justice in Rwanda, should some of their combatants have to respond for their acts, just as any other Rwandan in similar situation would have to, especially the RPF members who are accused of several crimes, including crimes against humanity.

A democratically elected government in Kigali would provide impartial justice for all Rwandans without any discrimination. Therefore, there would be no need for such a democratic government in Kigali to request that these combatants be sent "elsewhere".

Their home is in Rwanda. That is where they belong and no where else. Most importantly, it is up to the Rwandan people to judge their fellow citizens, and not to anyone else. With numerous uncertainties and political machinations mostly owing to regional and international geopolitics, the international community can only offset the inability of the RPF regime to create suitable conditions for a fair and impartial trial in its own courts", Jean Baptiste Mberabahizi, November 11, 2008, 

In [Dealing with the reality, achieving common ground, and betting on the future].


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