Victoire Ingabire’s verdict postponed

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KIGALI-RWANDA-Victoire Ingabire, FDU party boss (yet registered) verdict has been postponed and Rwanda high court says need more time.

Ingabire is accused by state prosecution of terrorism activities and supporting Rwanda armed group FDLR operating in Eastern DRC mainly made off remnants responsible of 1994 Genocide against Tutsi in Rwanda

FDU party members in Rwanda and Europe have announced the party has busted into two.  Both groups accuse each other of betray. High court judges said they needed more time; however, it’s not clear whether postponement is directly related to the review of genocide ideology law.

Ingabire was arrested in her Kigali home on 14 October 2010, for allegedly collaborating with a terrorist organization, dividing the people of Rwanda and denying the 1994 genocide, where an estimated 800,000 mostly ethnic Tutsis were killed in a roughly 100-day period.

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