Stop Impunity in Rwanda
Following the leaked UN Report on DR Congo in which the current leadership and military hierarchy of Rwanda was accused of Genocide. Last show, we brought you independent Journalist and Human Rights investigator Keith Harmon Snow.
This week, in breaking news, Spain requested South Africa to extradite exiled Rwandan general, Faustin Kayumba Nyamwasa, who it wants on charges including genocide and killing four Spaniards in Rwanda in the 1997.
“He took part in systematic and planned attacks on the civilian population, in forced disappearances and crimes against international law, also, organizing and executing terrorist attacks,” Spanish justice ministry statement said.
The news broke while Senator Pere Sampol from Mallorca, Spain and Juan Carrero, a human rights activists and Nobel Prize for Peace candidate in 2000 were visiting the UN and the US on behalf of Basta de ipunidad en Ruanda (Stop Impunity in Rwanda) on a campaign toward ending impunity in the Great Lakes Region.
Our guests are:
Susan Sanz Guardo
Susana Sanz Guardo has been working in advocacy and lobbying campaigns in Europe for over ten years. She spent 10 years in Amsterdam, Netherlands, doing advocacy for different organizations for women’s rights especially in the area of violence against women, and femicide in Guatemala. She is currently the coordinator for the “Stop Impunity in Rwanda” platform in Spain.
Claude Gatebuke is a Rwandan Genocide survivor and human rights activist. He regularly speaks around campuses, churches, and conferences around the US and has appeared on local, National and International radio and television stations.
This interview was first broadcast live on our radio program AfobeatRadio on WBAI 99.5 FM, New York on September 18, 2010. AfrobeatRadio on WBAI is a program of AfrobeatRadio.Net