It is frustrating to see that talk still revolves around M23, when the focus was said to have now shifted to FDLR (Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda).
But instead, we’re hearing new comments from “experts” about the M23 supposedly “regrouping with Rwanda’s support’’, so on and so forth.
This does beg the question: is there a will to put an end to the actions of FDLR or is it about circumventing the issue yet again? If so, could it mean that all these past years, the focus on the M23 was just another excuse not to deal with the FDLR?
This is a question addressed to whom it may concern.
FCLR (Front Commun pour la Libération du Rwanda) is a new way for FDLR to avoid UN sanctions to make the latter avoid its responsibility to disband this terrorist group.
Another way is to declare a FALSE cease-fire as they did recently and claim they want negotiationS. But we have to keep in mind that they are the same persons with the same ideology.
Reaction to the story, “Kagame calls for end to genocide militia group” (The New Times, January 31)