Victoire Ingabire about the fate of her party FDU-Inkingi
Norman S. Miwambo, spoke to Mrs Victoire Ingabire and asked her about the fate of her party:
Norman S. Miwambo
Do you know the fate of your party? If so, can you give us a hint? What your next step to see that you campaign freely in a bid to contest for the country’s high post?
It’s a shame that partners of Rwanda will continue to support a regime that is ignoring the basic rights of its citizens.
The international community has failed Rwandans during the 1994 genocide. Will they turn again a blind eye as the crisis deepens and unravels?
We expect that the pressure will force General Paul Kagame to open the political space, allow the registration of our political party.
Our struggle will continue until the FDU INKINGI is registered.
Should the election masquerade go on, we are ready to challenge its legitimacy until a fair and transparent process is arranged.
Yes, we expect to campaign in this country, not in a couple of weeks, but soon any way. If the incumbent does not postpone the poll, the deepening crisis will force him to do so in a few months. The wind of change is here.
Source: Modern Ghana.