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Rwanda National Congress, Gen.Emmanuel Habyarimana’s CNR-Intwari Party form coalition

General Habyarimana, CNR-Intwali boss

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Kigali- Just after the recent announcement of UDF-Inkingi and Rwanda National Congress of forming a coalition, now, Republican National Conversion-Intwari led by former Rwanda’s minister of Defence General B.E.M Emmanuel Habyarimana has formed a political coalition with Rwanda National Congress in Martigny in Switzerland.

According to the press release, the coalition has been reached after the retreat of two political movements on 25-28 January 2011 in Switzerland.

“This meeting was to create a social political platform to discuss the way forward for Rwanda and the approach to her problems. Mobilising of Rwandans in Diaspora to stand-up together to fight Kagame’s dictatorship,” the release signed by Gen.Habyarimana and Gahima read in part.

The RNC delegation was lead by Joseph Ngarambe and Dr Gerald Gahima and CNR-Intwali’s delegation was lead by Gen. Emmanuel Habyarimana and Noel Ndanyuzwe, amending and affirming the pair’s first meeting of Baltimore in United States.

The coalition follows the recent of RNC and Ingabire’s UDF-Inkingi which was greeted by internal wrangles inside UDF-Inkingi.

However, Dr. Théogen Rudasingwa has told Great Lakes Voice that the air in UDF-Inkingi is clean now.

RNC was founded and led by Gen. Faustin Kayumba, Maj. Rudasingwa, Dr Gerald Gahima and Col. Karegyeya who are most wanted fugitives by Rwanda’s justice following military court sentences.

Reacting on the coalition, Ignatius Kabagambe, Rwanda’s director general in the ministry of Information said that “It’s their (RNC-CNR-Intwali) right to form a political coalition if they have the same political ideology.” Kabagambe said.

General Habyarimana, CNR-Intwali boss

RNC’s and FDLR people remains at the wheel of prime suspects in Kigali grenade attacks.

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  2. NTIVUGURUZWA

    February 5, 2011 at 11:47 AM

    We are happy for the coalition and we hope that they are going to put togehter their forces so that we could avoid other catastrophic crimes in Rwanda. Proud to rwandans those are fighting for democracy and justice for all in Rwanda!

  3. NTIVUGURUZWA

    February 5, 2011 at 11:51 AM

    Try to extend your ideology to all rwandans. You have supporters but you know very well that we don’t have political space so that we could join you. Therefore, find other majors to assure security of members in Rwanda and/or keeping a secrete our names. Otherwise, Agafuni (small hoe) is on our heads!

    • Editor

      February 5, 2011 at 4:22 PM

      Hey, Great Lakes Voice is not supporting any political ideology.
      GLV is dedicated to the values of journalism and professionalism.

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  9. Agaculama

    August 12, 2013 at 12:22 AM

    Hi, Editor,

    Just one detail to your remark about “the values of journalism and professionalism”. Why did you join a “Cut and Piece” 20070831 “left-right” “reverse picture” of my dear friend General Emmanuel HABYARIMANA, without cutting out the legend?

    Thanks for comment.
    A.M.I.

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