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Pourparlers de Nairobi. Une nouvelle opportunité aux groupes armés pour retarder la venue de la paix

« Le gouvernement congolais ne négocie pas avec les groupes armés, mais les incite à désarmer. » C’est de cette façon que Serge Tshibangu, mandataire du Chef de l’Etat justifie la cacophonie qui se déroule à Nairobi au Kenya entre les délégués de la présidence de la république et les groupes armés opérant en RDC. Inciter les gens qui ont fait de la violence leur mode de vie par la simple parole sans connaître leurs motivations. Possible. Car, même l’enfer est pavé de bonnes intentions. Qui peut vraiment croire à pareille justification qui, pour moult raisons, paraît non seulement comme une insulte à la nation et à tous ceux qui ont perdu leur vie à la recherche de la paix à l’est de la RDC, mais surtout comme une sorte d’amateurisme sur les questions de la violence armée dans la région des Grands Lacs africains singulièrement à l’est de la RDC ?

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“LET CHOGM 2022 SET A GROUND FOR AN INCLUSIVE INTER RWANDAN DIALOGUE” Open Letter to Queen Elizabeth II

OPEN LETTER TO :

  • Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, Head of the Commonwealth.
  • Heads of States and Governments members of the Commonwealth. (all)
  • Secretary General of the Commonwealth

RE: LET 2022 CHOGM SET A GROUND FOR AN INCLUSIVE INTER RWANDAN DIALOGUE

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Your Majesty,

Your Excellencies,

 It is decided. Irreversible. Or almost. The Commonwealth of Nations, an organization whose values and principles are democracy, good governance, human rights, rule of law amongst others, is going to hold its highest meeting in a liberticide country, Rwanda[1]. For a common citizen, this is heart-breaking. Why? Because in a country under dictatorship, where top leaders have no respect of their own people they are supposed to protect, the hope is turned to external forces, and the Commonwealth is a such force. You can imagine what a disappointment it can be to wake up to the news that your hope, your expected advocate is supporting your persecutor! The leadership of ISHEMA Party, a political organization in opposition to the ruling party RPF, takes the liberty to alert you on what you might not be aware of and could harm the good image the Commonwealth citizenry has of the noble organization. At the same occasion, we request your mediation between the government of Rwanda and the opposition through an inter Rwandan dialogue to shape the future of our nation where “never again” shall have sense.

I. Kagame, the Commonwealth Chair-in-Office (CIO)

One of biggest achievements in the process of self-realization of any dictator would be to be legally recognized as the Head of more than 50 countries from all corners of the globe. For Mr Kagame, this would not have happened, had the leader of Rwanda respected the Constitution of 2003 which provided that “under no circumstances may anyone serve more than two presidential terms”. The President whose role is to guarantee the protection of the Constitution failed his mission, not by omission, rather by a deliberate action aimed at self-aggrandizement, self-enrichment, and exclusion as well as deprivation of others’ rights on political participation and competition.

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