The Rwanda National Congress (RNC) is Rwandan opposition group in exile, established in the United States on 12 December 2010.
Introduction and Background
All human beings are entitled to an inherent right to live in peace and freedom and to the fair use of, and access to, the resources with which their nations are endowed for the promotion of the well being of all citizens of that nation.
Every person is entitled to the rights promulgated by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and other international conventions that explicitly ensure the freedom of thought, association, and religion for all humankind. The principal rationale for the existence of government is to facilitate the realization of these fundamental and inalienable rights for all citizens.
Rwanda will be a united, democratic, and prosperous nation inhabited by free citizens with harmonious and safe communities who will live together in peace, dignity and
mutual respect, regardless of ethnic or other differences, within a democracy governed according to universal principles of human rights and the rule of law.