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Rwanda Dissident draws up US Aid for Congress

US lawmakers in Congress are stealing Rwanda from Diane Rwigara against dissident politician, who has been imprisoned for 22 years as a result of insurgency and counterfeiting.

Diane Rwigara, former presidential candidate, will be convicted on December 6, her mother, Adeline Rwigara. Two women were tested on November 7, Rwigara's old woman condemned to insults and encouraged ethnic hatred. The police arrested him in October 2017 and were arrested in a year's prison, but in court last month they were tried. Kigali, in the capital, is left behind by travel restrictions.

"The relaxed political expression is not a crime. It's not a crime to go to the office," said the Human Rights Commission, Tom Lantos, in a bipartisan congressional booth that was nominated as a coalition, a tweet published earlier on Monday.

A committee that advocates and promotes human rights in the international arena, on December 4, has provided information on the treatment of human rights and political prisoners in Rwanda, including Rwigaras.

Diane Rwigara was the president in 2017, the challenger representing Paul Kagame, but the supposed alleged supposed candidates of the electoral officials were expelled after some signatures that were falsified.

In July 2017, activist began People Salvation Movement "to promote Rwandan accountability to their government," said CNN. He later detained the detainees and frauds. His mother was also arrested for criticizing the government in an exchange for WhatsApp, another relative living in Rwanda outside.

Diane Rwigara denied the charges, saying that Kagam avoided speaking outright. In the interview with the VOA, they were arrested in October after arresting political prisoners and others.

Kagam supervised African Central African reconciliation after 1994's genocide, but was accused of collective rights, and the Front of the Patriotic Rwandan was repeatedly dissolving.

This report was created in the VOA Central African Service.

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