Opposition stifled by fear as Kagame ‘dictatorship’ heads for polls

The Times of London
Kigali, Rwanda

Opposition figures have been arrested, beaten, murdered and banned from contesting next week’s elections in Rwanda.

Paul Kagame, the rebel leader who came to power after the 1994 genocide, has been accused by human rights organisations and diplomats of stifling all dissent as he heads almost unopposed for another seven-year term. Continue reading Opposition stifled by fear as Kagame ‘dictatorship’ heads for polls