Monthly Archives: January 2016

WHAT RWANDA CAN TEACH THE U.S. : For real

Too often, way much than is called for, the U.S.takes the higher moral ground and preaches to the world about the virtues of democracy and good governance. Only a few weeks ago when Rwanda held a referendum to determine whether … Continue reading

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RWANDA : We did it again!

So, the referendum has come and gone, and 6 million Rwandans spoke loud and clear on what they think about term limits. A lesson to be learnt from all the commotion of those who think they know what is best … Continue reading

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ATTACKS ON RWANDA : Talk is cheap

Just before the referendum to amend the constitution scraping term limits in which Rwandans swiftly, deliberately and overwhelmingly approved it by a margin of 98.3 percent, there was so much talk (or was it noise?) on the international scene. You … Continue reading

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