On May 12th, 2011, Victoire Ingabire wrote to the Rwandan General Prosecutor, Martin Ngoga

From Monday April 16th, 2012 we know that Victoire Ingabire, leader of FDU-Inkingi, a Rwandan political party, announced to the High Court in Kigali that she was from then on boycotting hearings in her own trial. She gave out clearly the motives behind such radical decision.

But in her statement to the Court on that day she referred to a confidential meeting she held with the Rwandan General Prosecutor, Martin Ngoga, on April 8th, 2011. Upon reflecting on the discussions she had at the time, she wrote then to the latter, to clarify her understanding of the position of the Rwandan government on her and her party, but also provide her views and those of FDU-Inkingi on the country’s history and the way it should be addressed, and indicate how her political formation envisaged the future.

Please read the full content of the 9 pages letter she sent to the Rwandan General Prosecutor. The correspondense shows where the leader of FDU-Inkingi and her party stand on some national important issues.


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