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Rwanda: 20 years after the genocide, a state of fear | Pambazuka

Rwanda has made remarkable progress to rebuild after the genocide. But the country is in the grip of a ruthless Tutsi oligarchy that has silenced everyone who doesn’t agree with President Kagame. His critics are either dead, in jail or exile. The struggle for a just and free nation should be intensified.

Henry Makori is an editor with Pambazuka News.

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