You can't stop thinking

“I’m never gonna hold you like I did / Or say I love you to the kids / You’re never gonna see it in my eyes / It’s not gonna hurt me when you cry / I’m not gonna miss you.” The situation is undeniably hurtful but we can'stop thinking we’re heartbroken over the loss of our beloved ones. "You can't separate peace from freedom because no one can be at peace unless he has his freedom". Malcolm X

A Candle For Remembering

A Candle For Remembering
May this memorial candle lights up the historical past of our beloved Country: Rwanda, We love U so much. If Tears could build a stairway. And memories were a lane. I would walk right up to heaven. To bring you home again. No farewell words were spoken. No time to say goodbye. You were gone before I knew it And. Only Paul Kagame knows why. My heart still aches with sadness. And secret tears still flow. What It meant to lose you. No one will ever know.

Welcome to Home Truths

The year is 1994, the Fruitful year and the Start of a long epoch of the Rwandan RPF bloody dictatorship. Rwanda and DRC have become a unique arena and fertile ground for wars and lies. Tutsi RPF members deny Rights and Justice to the Hutu majority, to Congolese people, publicly claim the status of victim as the only SurViVors while millions of Hutu, interior Tutsi and Congolese people were butchered. Please make RPF criminals a Day One priority. Allow voices of the REAL victims to be heard.

Everybody Hurts

“Everybody Hurts” is one of the rare songs on this list that actually offers catharsis. It’s beautifully simple: you’re sad, but you’re not alone because “everybody hurts, everybody cries.” You’re human, in other words, and we all have our moments. So take R.E.M.’s advice, “take comfort in your friends,” blast this song, have yourself a good cry, and then move on. You’ll feel better, I promise.—Bonnie Stiernberg

KAGAME - GENOCIDAIRE

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AS Foundation Founder, Webmaster, Editor-in-chief and Publisher. Search and meet Libre Penseur, the Man who stands firm on his priniciples. I am working for a pro-peace humanitarian organization with no political agenda. Make your voice heard around the globe. You think it, you write it. Dear SurViVors: Nobody’s going to help you. It’s all up to you. Make it happen for yourself. However, there's a common knowledge to remember : "No man is an island". Will be possible for me to realize my dream and say : *.*The war is over, the hunting trip on Hutus comes to an end, the Evil is taken away, the reign of Terror comes to an end in Rwanda, my beloved homeland. As we stand on the precipice of Paul Kagame war crimes, crimes against humanity and crimes of genocide, call on the Regime change in Rwanda. Will you just sit back and watch Paul Kagame destroying the Human kind or will you stand up with African SurViVors and make your voice heard? Nothing is said about Kagame's arrest. Many are asleep, wrapped up their day to day lives. However, if and if you are awake, it is your responsibility to wake others! Spread the word, Ask for Paul Kagame's removal and indictment, take action.*.*

Paul Kagame admits ordering...

Paul Kagame admits ordering the 1994 assassination of President Juvenal Habyarimana of Rwanda.

Why did Kagame this to me?

Why did Kagame this to me?
Can't forget. He murdered my mother. What should be my reaction? FYI: the number of orphans in Rwanda has skyrocketed since the 1990's Kagame's invasion. Much higher numbers of orphans had and have no other option but joining FDLR fighters who are identified as children that have Lost their Parents in Kagame's Wars inside and outside of Rwanda.If someone killed your child/spouse/parent(s) would you seek justice or revenge? Deep insight: What would you do to the person who snuffed the life of someone I love beyond reason? Forgiving would bring me no solace. If you take what really matters to me, I will show you what really matters. NITUTIRWANAHO TUZASHIRA. IGIHE KIRAGEZE.If democracy is to sell one's motherland(Africa), for some zionits support, then I prefer the person who is ready to give all his live for his motherland. Viva President Putin!!!

RPF committed the unspeakable

RPF committed the unspeakable
The perverted RPF committed the unspeakable.Two orphans, together against the world. Point is the fact that their parents' murder by Kagame & RPF held no shock in the Western world. Up to now, kagame and his death squads still enjoy impunity. What goes through someone's mind as they know RPF murdered their parents? A delayed punishment is actually an encouragment to crime. “I always think I am a peaceful person but if someone harmed someone near and dear to me, I don't think I could be so peaceful. I would like to believe that I would seek justice - I would devote myself to bringing the 'perp' to a non-happy ending but would that be enough? You'd have to be in the situation I suppose before you could actually know how you would feel or what you would do”. Jean-Christophe Nizeyimana, Libre Penseur

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Hutu Children & their Mums

Hutu Children & their Mums
Look at them ! How they are scared to death. Many Rwandan Hutu and Tutsi, Foreign human rights advocates, jounalists and and lawyers are now on Death Row Waiting to be murdered by Kagame and his RPF death squads. Be the last to know.

Rwanda-rebranding

Rwanda-rebranding-Targeting dissidents abroad, despite war crimes and repression Rwanda has “A well primed PR machine”, and that this has been key in “persuading the key members of the international community that it has an exemplary constitution emphasizing democracy, power-sharing, and human rights which it fully respects”. It concluded: “The truth is, however, the opposite.” Rwanda has hired several PR firms to work on deflecting criticism, and rebranding the country.
A WELL PRIMED PR MACHINE
PORTLAND COMMUNICATIONS, FRIENDS OF RWANDA, GPLUS, BTP ADVISERS
AND BTP MARK PURSEY, THE HOLMES REPORT AND BRITISH FIRM RACEPOINT GROUP

HAVE ALWAYS WORKING ON THE REBRANDING OF RWANDA AND WHITEWASHING OF KAGAME’S CRIMES
Targeting dissidents abroad One of the more worrying aspects of Racepoint’s objectives was to “Educate and correct the ill informed and factually incorrect information perpetuated by certain groups of expatriates and NGOs,” including, presumably, the critiques of the crackdown on dissent among political opponents overseas. This should be seen in the context of accusations that Rwanda has plotted to kill dissidents abroad. A recent investigation by the Globe and Mail claims, “Rwandan exiles in both South Africa and Belgium – speaking in clandestine meetings in secure locations because of their fears of attack – gave detailed accounts of being recruited to assassinate critics of President Kagame….

Ways To Get Rid of Kagame

How to proceed for revolution in Rwanda:
  1. The people should overthrow the Rwandan dictator (often put in place by foreign agencies) and throw him, along with his henchmen and family, out of the country – e.g., the Shah of Iran, Marcos of Philippines.Compaore of Burkina Faso
  2. Rwandans organize a violent revolution and have the dictator killed – e.g., Ceaucescu in Romania.
  3. Foreign powers (till then maintaining the dictator) force the dictator to exile without armed intervention – e.g. Mátyás Rákosi of Hungary was exiled by the Soviets to Kirgizia in 1970 to “seek medical attention”.
  4. Foreign powers march in and remove the dictator (whom they either instated or helped earlier) – e.g. Saddam Hussein of Iraq or Manuel Noriega of Panama.
  5. The dictator kills himself in an act of desperation – e.g., Hitler in 1945.
  6. The dictator is assassinated by people near him – e.g., Julius Caesar of Rome in 44 AD was stabbed by 60-70 people (only one wound was fatal though).
  7. Organise strikes and unrest to paralyze the country and convince even the army not to support the dictaor – e.g., Jorge Ubico y Castañeda was ousted in Guatemala in 1944 and Guatemala became democratic, Recedntly in Burkina Faso with the dictator Blaise Compaoré.

Almighty God :Justice for US

Almighty God :Justice for US
Hutu children's daily bread: Intimidation, Slavery, Sex abuses led by RPF criminals and Kagame, DMI: Every single day, there are more assassinations, imprisonment, brainwashing & disappearances. Do they have any chance to end this awful life?

Malcolm X Quotes

Killing Hutus on daily basis

Killing Hutus on daily basis
RPF targeted killings, very often in public areas. Killing Hutus on daily basis by Kagame's murderers and the RPF infamous death squads known as the "UNKNOWN WRONGDOERS"

RPF Trade Mark: Akandoya

RPF Trade Mark: Akandoya
Rape, torture and assassination and unslaving of hutu women. Genderside: Rape has always been used by kagame's RPF as a Weapon of War, the killings of Hutu women with the help of Local Defense Forces, DMI and the RPF military

The Torture in Rwanda flourishes

The Torture in Rwanda flourishes
How torture flourishes across Rwanda despite extensive global monitoring

Fighting For Our Freedom?

Fighting For Our Freedom?
We need Freedom, Liberation of our fatherland, Human rights respect, Mutual respect between the Hutu majority and the Tutsi minority

KAGAME VS JUSTICE

Tuesday, July 31, 2012



The Eyes of Truth
[Since 1994, the world witnesses the horrifying reality : the Tutsi minority (14%) ethnic domination, the Tutsi minority ethnic rule, tyranny and corruption in Rwanda. The current government has been characterized by the total impunity of RPF criminals, the Tutsi economic monopoly, the Tutsi militaristic domination with an iron fist, and the brutal suppression of the rights of the majority of the Rwandan people (85% are Hutus), mass-arrests and mass-murder by the RPF criminal organization.
So long as justice and accountability for RPF past and current crimes are ignored and delayed, Peace and Stability will remain illusive and impossible in Rwanda=>ASIF]


Je ne regrette rien: UN reports say President Paul Kagame’s army killed tens of thousands of Rwandans and Congolese while securing his country’s borders – but he remains unapologetic about his record




In 2006, a law was introduced to the US legislature individually sponsored by senator – and future president – Barack Obama. It passed almost unnoticed.

But the Democratic Republic of the Congo Relief, Security, and Democracy Promotion Act may now have found its moment, as Rwanda has been accused of helping to foment a fresh rebellion in neighbouring eastern Congo.
The act requires the US to strengthen enforcement of an international arms embargo on Congo and encourage “more effective protection of its natural resources ... especially in the eastern part of the country”. It also authorises the US to withhold assistance for any foreign country determined by the secretary of state to be acting to destabilise the DRC.

On the face of it, that is exactly what has been happening almost 10 years since the official end to Congo’s apocalyptic civil war. Only three years since the war’s main protagonists, Paul Kagame, the president of Rwanda, and President Joseph Kabila of Congo sealed a bilateral entente addressing a complex web of residual conflicts, Rwanda has been found in violation of the arms embargo by a UN Group of Experts.

The report, issued this month, reinforces earlier allegations from Human Rights Watch and from the UN peacekeeping mission in Congo. It details high-level complicity by the Rwandan authorities in mobilising fighters and supplying weapons and ammunition to the M23, a militia led by ethnic Tutsis that is responsible for the worst outbreak of violence in the region in several years. This has escalated in recent days, displacing hundreds of thousands and threatening the regional capital, Goma.

“These mutineers could not even be thinking about taking Goma without the help of Rwanda; the evidence is now overwhelming. We have documented that Rwandan military officials at senior levels are clearly involved in support for M23,” says Anneke Van Woudenberg, the Congo expert at Human Rights Watch.

This is a drama that has played out repeatedly during the past decade as the UN panel of experts, set up by the Security Council to report on the trade in weapons and illicit flow of minerals from Congo, has frequently accused Rwanda of violations.

Furious denials – often in the face of compelling evidence – have followed from the government. Western donors are often left wringing their hands. They have invested heavily in Rwanda’s remarkable social and economic recovery under Mr Kagame’s leadership since the 1994 genocide but are ostrich-like when it comes to his army’s more sinister involvement in the violence and plunder in Congo.

Those donors have been frequently outmanoeuvred by a man, Mr Kagame, and a movement, his ruling Rwandan Patriotic Front. For all Rwanda’s dependence on foreign aid to support its budget, they have rarely waited for a green light from the west before acting in what they believe are their best interests.



As Congo faces another meltdown, the dilemma is how to rein in the ambitions of both man and movement. These have appeared to have outgrown the densely populated mountain country of 11m they have controlled with an iron fist since 1994, with potentially enormous consequences for the territorial integrity of neighbouring Congo and the stability of its central African surroundings.

Ever since the Rwandan army crossed into Congo in 1996 in pursuit of ethnic Hutu forces with a persistently genocidal agenda gathered on the border, and went on to help overthrow the former dictator Mobutu Sese Seko, speculation has been rife that Mr Kagame harbours expansionary ambitions.

The Financial Times has received a draft of Kigali’s detailed rebuttal to the UN report, which it plans to submit to the Security Council on Monday. Its argues that the UN panel report fails to offer a motive, relies almost exclusively on unreliable, anonymous or compromised sources to “retrofit” evidence to suit a predetermined narrative and serves as “the latest act of a carefully orchestrated media and political strategy to cast Rwanda as the villain in this new wave of tensions in eastern DRC”.

Although the rebuttal is carefully argued, international patience already appears to be wearing thin. If it is proved that Rwanda has been feigning constructive engagement with Congo while undermining hopes of peace in the vast, mineral-rich country it neighbours, a slew of international countermeasures could kick in.

These would squeeze the country’s finances and erode the moral capital Mr Kagame, an ethnic Tutsi, has been accustomed to command since his guerrillas ended the genocide.

Last week, Stephen Rapp, a senior US official, said Mr Kagame could be liable for war crimes charges at the International Criminal Court although the state department later backtracked, saying no action had been initiated. The M23’s leader, Bosco Ntaganda, is an indictee, making Rwanda complicit in another violation of international law if it has indeed been supporting the rebellion.

Donors who fret they have been misled by Rwanda will weigh carefully Kigali’s response in days to come. In the mean time, the Netherlands has suspended budget support to Rwanda’s judiciary worth €5m ($6m). Washington, which counts Mr Kagame among its closest allies in Africa, has frozen $200,000 of military aid in an unprecedented slap. Nordic countries and India on the board of the African Development Bank have meanwhile forced a one-month delay in the disbursal of $38m in budget support while they pore over the allegations.

“We need to see how Rwanda and the region will respond before making our move,” a Swedish official says.
Even Britain, the largest bilateral donor to Rwanda, which could previously be relied on to champion Mr Kagame’s leadership through thick and thin, has delayed the first instalment of a twice-yearly disbursal of £16m aid as it verifies compliance with human rights provisions.

The sanctions applied so far are predominantly symbolic. But they will disrupt budget flows and have put Kigali on the back foot.

The question is whether it is wise to put Mr Kagame on the back foot.

The Rwandan leader has a highly developed sense of western mendacity and an independent-minded streak forged at the height of the 1994 genocide, when the world abandoned the ethnic Tutsi minority to its fate, leaving his RPF guerrilla movement alone to end the mass murder against a better equipped foe.

“The way to get Kagame to do things is not by publicly ridiculing him ... If the US wanted to protect Goma, they should not have withdrawn the money but asked Kagame to rein this guy in. Kagame is the only one in this region who can make this happen. In Congo, Kagame is the game changer, not Kabila,” says a senior official from the region.

“They [the rebels] could over-run Goma for breakfast tomorrow morning. The only restraining force I see is Rwanda; the UN’s not going to do anything.”

Polemics are par for the course in a region scarred by virulent hatreds.

Mr Kagame is viewed either as a ruthless tyrant or visionary leader, rarely both. He has striven to transform Rwanda into a regional economic success story with the same relentless determination with which he once ran his guerrilla army.
But he has also been given extraordinary licence to repress dissent. The prosperity of elites in Kigali derives partly from the plunder of minerals from the DRC during Rwanda’s serial invasions of its neighbour.

According to UN reports, his army killed tens of thousands of Rwandans and Congolese as he secured his country’s borders in the face of continuing threats to surviving Tutsis. Political opponents and journalists still end up in exile, jail or, in some cases, a grave.

Yet he can count on support from luminaries: the likes of former UK prime minister Tony Blair and Howard Schultz, founder of Starbucks. Members of this unofficial fan club have tended to overlook the more troubling aspects of his rule or support the notion that he has done what is necessary to lay the foundations for peace and development.

“Under the leadership of President Paul Kagame, Rwanda, in many respects, leads Africa today,” Mr Blair said recently.

“Lifting 1m people out of poverty over the past five years is an amazing feat by any global standard.”

In an interview with the FT last year Mr Kagame was characteristically unapologetic. “I have no regrets about being who I am, and being what I am in my country for my people. No regrets at all,” he said.

In the face of the latest accusations, Louise Mushikiwabo, foreign minister has been equally defiant, yesterday saying donors made “hasty decisions based on flimsy evidence”.

“Rwanda has had a very tricky history with Congo. We have had war with Congo and we have had peace. But it would be a terrible mistake to judge the present on the basis of the past,” she told the FT.

Still, given Rwanda’s history of meddling across its border it may be much harder this time for Mr Kagame to persuade the world of his case.
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Wednesday, July 11, 2012
 


The Eyes of Truth






AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL

PRESS RELEASE

11 July 2012

The UN Security Council must call on the Rwandan government to stop providing support for the M23 armed group in DR Congo’s North Kivu province, Amnesty International said as the UN redeployed peacekeepers to the main eastern city of Goma.

The M23 have driven back the Congolese government army in a determined offensive over the last few days. The UN and authorities in eastern DR Congo say Rwanda has backed the non-state armed group, M23, a claim denied by Kigali.

“While redeploying UN troops to Goma to protect civilians is a positive step, the situation in the North Kivu is so tense that it has the potential to turn into a regional conflict if the international community does not take urgent measures,” said Aster van Kregten, Amnesty International’s Deputy Director for Africa.

Amnesty International has received reports from numerous sources that M23 is using heavy artillery and continue to forcibly recruit civilians. According to credible sources, two civilians were killed by the M23 in Bunagana on Sunday when they refused to join the group, while two other civilians were killed during the fighting.
Although Rwanda appears to have breached a UN arms embargo, the UN Security Council has done nothing to put pressure on the country to end its support for the M23, which has recently been strengthened with heavy artillery and new recruits.”

“The Council must condemn the reported breach of the UN arms embargo by Rwanda and take concrete measures to prevent any further violations of human rights or international humanitarian law,” said van Kregten.
A UN report last month provided substantial evidence that senior Rwandan officials have backed the M23 armed group, led by Bosco Ntaganda, a former General in the Congolese army who is under an International Criminal Court arrest warrant.

The armed group named themselves the M23 after a failed peace agreement signed on 23 March 2009. The M23 defected from the Congolese army in April this year amid pressure on the government to arrest General Ntaganda.
The United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO), has a robust mandate which allows the use of “all necessary means, including deadly force” to protect civilians under imminent threat of physical violence.

Despite this, MONUSCO has been unable to adequately protect civilians and help restore calm to the volatile North Kivu region and has instead focussed on providing technical support to the poorly trained Congolese army.

Although MONUSCO has a presence in the region, the M23 captured the strategic towns of Rutshuru and Kiwanja over the weekend without facing any opposition from the UN forces.

“The recent violence in North Kivu has already led to human rights abuses against civilians and any escalation in the violence will place civilians at further risk,” said van Kregten.

“The future of the eastern Congolese people now mainly lies in the hands of the UN Security Council. It’s crucial that MONUSCO now uses its mandate to effectively protect civilians.”

While the M23 is threatening to attack Goma, recent reports indicate that the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR) - whose leaders are believed to have taken part in the 1994 genocide in Rwanda - and other armed groups such as the Mai Mai are also in Rutshuru territory, increasing the fear of violence against civilians.
ENDS
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6 July 2012




DRC: History must not repeat itself as violence flares in North Kivu

The Congolese government must immediately take measures to protect civilians, including thousands of displaced people, following the fall of a town in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) by members of the M23 armed group, Amnesty International has said.
The call came after M23 soldiers reportedly took control of Bunagana in Rutshuru territory, a strategic town close to the border with Uganda, following heavy fighting with Congolese army (FARDC) troops over several days.

A peacekeeper from the Indian contingent of the UN mission in the DRC (MONUSCO) died after being hit by artillery shell shrapnel during the fighting 50km north of Goma, the provincial capital of North Kivu province, UN officials reported.

About 600 FARDC soldiers are said to have fled to Uganda after they were overwhelmed by the soldiers from M23, which is led by Sultani Makenga and Bosco Ntaganda, and composed of deserters from the Congolese army, who mostly belonged to the National Congress for the Defence of the People (CNDP) which integrated into the FARDC in 2009.
Amnesty said the fact FARDC soldiers fled to Uganda is a matter of concern and again weakened the Congolese army’s ability to protect efficiently the civilian population from an armed group whose capacity seems to have strengthened.

“There is a grim feeling that history is repeating itself with ex-CNDP members managing to control several strategic axes as they did in 2008,” said Paule Rigaud, the deputy program director for Africa at Amnesty International.

“Five years ago, a similar situation led to serious atrocities, among them the Kiwanja massacre, during which at least 150 civilians were killed by the CNDP.”

“Amnesty International is deeply concerned that more people are now being displaced by the fighting, adding to those who have been forced to flee over the past months, and that there is an increasing risk civilians may be caught in the crossfire.”

There is growing concern over the increased strength of the M23, which is reportedly planning to retake key towns, including in Masisi territory - the former stronghold of the CNDP.
“It is quite worrying that about 600 Congolese soldiers fled to Uganda while the M23 was attacking the area.”
“The Congolese government, through its security forces, should immediately take measures to ensure the protection of civilians. The UN through MONUSCO should continue to increase its presence in areas
under threat and implement its protection mechanisms to prevent violence against the civilian population”, Rigaud said.

Background:


The CNDP controlled most of the Masisi and Rutshuru territories by the end of 2008 and threatened to attack Goma.
The armed group was then integrated into the FARDC following a peace agreement signed on 23 March 2009 with the Congolese Government.

Defections from the FARDC began in April 2012. Deserters launched military operations against the Congolese army shortly afterwards.

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RDC. Les nouvelles violences dans le Nord-Kivu font craindre que l’histoire ne se répète

Il faut que le gouvernement de la République démocratique du Congo (RDC) prenne immédiatement des mesures pour protéger les civils - parmi lesquels se trouvent des milliers de personnes déplacées - alors qu’une ville du pays vient de tomber aux mains de membres du groupe armé M23, a déclaré Amnesty International.



Cet appel intervient en réaction aux informations selon lesquelles dans le territoire de Rutshuru des soldats du M23 auraient pris le contrôle de Bunagana, ville stratégique située près de la frontière avec l’Ouganda, à la suite de violents combats de plusieurs jours avec les soldats de l’armée congolaise (FARDC).

Les responsables de l’ONU ont indiqué qu’un membre du contingent indien de la Mission de l'Organisation des Nations unies pour la stabilisation en République démocratique du Congo (MONUSCO) était mort après avoir été touché par un tir d’artillerie lors de combats à 50 km au nord de Goma, la capitale de la province du Nord-Kivu.

Selon certaines informations, environ 600 soldats des FARDC auraient fui en Ouganda après avoir été encerclés par des soldats du M23, groupe dirigé par Sultani Makenga et Bosco Ntaganda et composé de déserteurs de l’armée congolaise issus principalement du Congrès national pour la défense du peuple (CNDP) intégré aux FARDC en 2009.

Amnesty International a déclaré que le fait que des soldats des FARDC aient fui en Ouganda était préoccupant et réduisait encore la capacité de l’armée congolaise à protéger efficacement la population civile contre un groupe armé dont la puissance semble s’être renforcée.

« On a le sentiment désagréable que l’histoire se répète, avec des ex-CNDP qui parviennent à prendre le contrôle de plusieurs axes stratégiques comme ils l’avaient fait en 2008 », a déclaré Paule Rigaud, directrice adjointe d’Amnesty International pour l’Afrique.



« Il y a cinq ans, une situation similaire avait donné lieu à des atrocités, dont le massacre de Kiwanja au cours duquel au moins 150 civils avaient été tué par le CNDP. »



« Amnesty International est très préoccupée par le fait que ces combats entraînent de nouveaux déplacements de personnes qui viennent s’ajouter à celles déjà nombreuses qui ont fui les affrontements des derniers mois ; il y a un risque accru que les civils se retrouvent pris entre deux feux. »

L’inquiétude grandit face à la montée en puissance du M23, qui s’apprêterait selon certaines informations à prendre des villes importantes, en particulier dans le territoire de Masisi, ancien fief du CNDP.
« Il est extrêmement préoccupant que 600 soldats congolais aient fui vers l’Ouganda au moment où le M23 attaquait la région. »

« Le gouvernement congolais, par le biais de ses forces de sécurité, doit immédiatement prendre des mesures pour protéger les civils, a déclaré Paule Rigaud. Les Nations unies, par l’intermédiaire de la MONUSCO, doivent quant à elles continuer d’accroître leur présence dans cette zone menacée et mettre en œuvre leurs mécanismes de protection pour empêcher des actes de violence contre la population civile. »

Complément d’information

Fin 2008, le CNDP contrôlait la plupart des territoires de Masisi et Rutshuru et menaçait d’attaquer Goma.

Ce groupe armé a été intégré dans les Forces armées de la République démocratiques du Congo (FARDC) à l’issue d’un accord de paix signé le 23 mars 2009 avec le gouvernement congolais.



Les défections au sein des FARDC ont commencé en avril 2012. Les déserteurs ont lancé des opérations armées contre l’armée congolaise peu après cela.

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