Why RNC?

Posted on March 22, 2012 · Posted in General, Team

The current government of Rwanda has violated the doctrine of separation of power. The current president has stringently controlled the three major state organs (The Executive, The Legislature, and The Judiciary) to keep himself in power. These dictatorial traits have led to the loss of legitimacy in the ruling government because of failure to successfully serve all its citizens.

The individuals in the ruling Government in Rwanda have promoted their own and self- interests and most especially the interest of the ruling party-Rwanda Patriot Front (RPF). They have suppressed critical mass media to block information flow but also to cover for the bloody and arduous hardships they have imposed on citizens. They have terrorized and promoted fear among citizens through imprisonment and killings of innocent citizens.

We, the Rwanda National Congress (RNC) are rising up to the challenge in defense of the general mass (The Banyarwanda) to advocate for the freedom of thought, association, and religion for all Rwandans. We believe that 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.

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.