Rwandans should not relent in seeking justice

It is right some time to be quiet in order to deliver justice to all those involved. But how right is it when we keep quiet after a case fell through and yet victims are hoping that one day there will be justice for them -- whether that happens in the UK or in Rwanda?

Editor,

RE: “Genocide trials in UK: What can Rwanda do to ensure justice?” (The New Times, August 4).

It is right some time to be quiet in order to deliver justice to all those involved. But how right is it when we keep quiet after a case fell through and yet victims are hoping that one day there will be justice for them—whether that happens in the UK or in Rwanda? It does require focus and energy...and also coordination with all parties involved, including UK based organizations.

Dr Deo Harorimana

 

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