Rwandan Court Refuses to Split Rwigaras' Case

The court has decided not to separate the trial saying that there are common charges against former presidential aspirant Diane Rwigara, and her sister Anne and their mother Adeline, which may complicate the process if they are tried separately. The three are facing charges of forgery, inciting insurrection and sectarian practices. They have reportedly been in custody for over a month.

  • Rwanda:   Court Refuses to Split Rwigaras Case

    New Times, 14 October 2017

    The Nyarugenge Intermediate Court on Friday denied the request by prosecution to separate the hearing of three Rwigara family members who face charges related to inciting… Read more »

Diane Shima Rwigara getting out of the house after the Police presents her warrant (file photo).


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