Thursday, September 20, 2012

USA: ANTI-KAGAME RALLY IN BOSTON


Rwandans, Congolese and Burundians team up with the Boston community at large to protest against President Paul Kagame’s presence in the US.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contacts:
Theophile Murayi, 443-980-4676
Theogene Rudasingwa, 224-456-9094   


What:
Join us in Boston for a massive protest against Paul Kagame's continuing effort to kill Rwandans and Congolese, seek his accountability for war crimes and crimes against humanity, reclaim an end to his brutal dictatorial regime, call for immediate and unconditional release of all political prisoners, including Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza, Bernard Ntaganda, Deo Mushayidi, Theoneste Niyitegeka and independent journalists, including Agnes Uwimana Nkusi and Saidati Mukakibibi and seek support from the international community for a peaceful democratic change in Rwanda. We are deeply concerned that Paul Kagame is on a covert trip aimed at implementing his criminal enterprise in North America to target overt and supposed political opponents to his killing machine.

Where:
The Westin Copley Place
10 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02116

When:
Saturday, September 22, 2012
From 10: 00 AM to 6: 00 PM EST

Organized by:
Forces Démocratiques Unifiées (FDU-Inkingi)
Rwanda National Congress (RNC-Ihuliro)
Convention Nationale Républicaine (CNR-Intwari)

Parti pour la Démocratie au Rwanda (PDR-Ihumure) 
Organization for Peace, Justice and Development in Rwanda (OPJDR)
Initiative for Democracy and Development (IDD)


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Useful links to share with others in your community or network:
Open letter to US officials explaining the dangers of supporting the Kagame's regime
http://hungryoftruth.blogspot.com/2012/09/open-letter-to-us-officials-explaining.html
Rwanda Day Boston 2012
Rwandan exiles warned of assassination threat by London police
DRC: Mapping human rights violations 1993-2003
Rwanda: Amnesty International Report 2011
After Genocide, Stifled Dissent
Excerpts from the UN Group of Experts Report on Rwandan Complicity in the Armed Rebellion in Eastern Congo
Rwanda's Paul Kagame warned he may be charged with aiding war crimes
Rwanda: Economic sanctions from Western Donors
U.S. Legislators' letter to President Kagame urging him to stop destabilizing the D.R. Congo
ICC urged to investigate Rwanda president for arming DRC rebels
DR Congo: M23 Rebels Committing War Crimes

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