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Monday, April 9, 2012

RWANDA: The time for reconciliation is now

6 Avril 2012

Dr. Augustin Dukuze
Porte-Parole
= CND - NDC National Congress for democracy National Democratic Congress Tel: 001-201-794-6542 / 001-506-461-3919 Email: urunana@optonline.net url: www.rud-urunana.org - release of press PP/No.. 01/Apr/12 time of prayer of the people of Rwandan after more than twenty years of Calvary and eighteen years of suffering in effect, it was on the evening of 6 April 1994 20: 30 local time that the presidential plane that brought their Excellencies Juvénal Habyarimana, President of Rwanda, and Cyprien Ntaryamira, President of Burundi from the top of Dar-Es-Salam, Tanzania was shot down by two surface-to-air missiles in the manoeuvres of landing over the International of Kanombe airport. This despicable terrorist act was followed by a hecatomb without common measure whose consequences are still felt in up to our days. In addition to the two African heads of State who died following this criminal act, their escorts and the crew of the aircraft had the same fate.

Our organization joins all Rwandans, all ethnic groups confused, in these very difficult times that we remind our brothers, our sisters, our fathers, our mothers, our neighbours, our friends and all our compatriots who were victims of indescribable massacres the consequences haunt and will haunt the conscience of the people of Rwanda and humanity forever. While gathering before all these innocent victims, we cannot nor ignore or forget about hundreds of thousands of Rwandese who perished since 1 October 1990 date to the what the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF) invaded Rwanda from Uganda under pretexts which, subsequently, will be not be the real motives of the invaders. One cannot also forget our compatriots and local people who were brutally massacred in the forests of the Democratic Republic of Congo since 1996 up to our days.

However, we cannot ignore the fact that most of the leaders of unprecedented barbarity that hit our country and in the region since fateful of 1 October 1990 and which reached its climax with the bombing of April 6, 1994 against the two African Presidents in Office assume Queens of the current Rwandan regime led by Paul Kagame and his acolytes.
Also, several regular observers of the geopolitical situation in the African Great Lakes region attest that this region remains dependent on the due consequences to the instability resulting from the Rwandan tragedy of these past two decades. Thus, the problem of Rwandan refugees in the region remains topical. However, this problem will find durable solution until the day where the legitimate claims of the Rwandan population will find political solutions in which all components of the Rwandan society to recognize.

Indeed, the policies of exclusion established by various successive regimes Rwanda in General and that of Paul Kagame in particular cannot in any way contribute in a genuine reconciliation of the Rwandan people. No one can speak of genuine reconciliation without talk of justice independent and fair; cannot not speak of fair justice without knowing the truth. These three elements to know the truth, the Equitable Justice and genuine reconciliation are essential to build a State of law meet the aspirations for all Rwandan without distinction.

Although it is an occasion to remember difficult moments in which our people have died, the National Congress for democracy would like to immediately seek to our compatriots and our friends to continue to reflect clear pathways and means that can bring all of the components of the Rwandan population to work for the advent of a truly democratic Rwanda. Our Organization remains convinced that only a truly democratic Rwanda can lead us towards the construction of a Rwanda for all the peace, the dignity and the harmony among the generations and contribute to the stability and sustainable development of the peoples of the region. Our Organization remains firmly commit to accompany the people of Rwanda in this noble process.

6 April 2012 Dr. Augustin Dukuze spokesperson (Translated by Bing)

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