Monthly Archives: February 2016

Ugandan opposition leader Dr. Kizza Besigye demands Africans’ support.

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We are Ugandans. We are Africans. In times of need, that is when the entire family comes together to sort out issues.

From his confinement in his house where he is under house arrest since Thursday 18th, 2016, presidential candidate Besigye is calling for help to democracy in his country.

PLEASE READ HIS PRESS RELEASE DATED FEBRUARY 20TH, 2016 WHERE HE SAYS THAT DEMOCRACY IS ON TRIAL IN UGANDA.

Burundi: Another UN leaked report accusing Rwanda

Does anyone remember the Mapping Report, which was finally published on October 1st, 2010 but had unfortunately to be covered with dust since?

The report tracked crimes committed during a period of 10 years starting from 1993 to 2003 in the Democratic Republic of Congo. It accused Rwanda for having committed crimes of genocide nature if they were brought in front of a court. Victims had been hutu refugees and congolese populations.

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Burundian president Pierre Nkurunziza

This time, the report referring to the case of involvement of Rwanda in the destabilisation of Burundi was transmitted on January 15th, 2016 to the UN Security Council by Gaston Gramajo, coordinator of the Group of UN Experts on DRC extended pursuant Sc resolution 2198 (2015).

Reading this new report, one clearly observes that FARDC are strongly infiltrated by forces (probably working indirectly with Rwanda and Uganda) which are fighting the presence of Malawians and Tanzanians in the Force Intervention Brigade consisting of these two nationalities and South Africans. Continue reading