Rwanda: Opposition Leader's Case Delayed

According to the High Court, opposition leader Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza and her lawyers have failed to file their defence brief against the charges and evidence presented by the prosecution, to allow the High Court to set a date for the hearing. She was arrested in October 2010.

Victoire Ingabire.

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