Opponent president Kagame may not participate in the elections Rwanda
The Rwandan president Paul Kagama has a high chance to the upcoming elections in the country to win. They main rival got Friday to hear that they are not allowed to do.
The election commission has the candidacy of Diane Shima Rwigara rejected because they do not have enough signatures could consult.
Rwigara applies as a hard-nosed opponent of Kagame. They accused the electoral commission earlier lack of independence. E are now only two opponents run about, but which will be expected to have little votes obtained at the elections of 4 August.
Kagame (59) is since 2000 president of Rwanda. He was at the end of the genocide in 1994, an important figure in Rwandan politics.