Information
Date of Transmission18 March 1994
Name of TapeCE 80/95
SourceMinistry of Information
Prosecution ExhibitP103/172
Name of TranslatorGaudence Mukakigeli
Date of Translation10 October 1996
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R.T.L.M. Tape 0172—Extract

Side A

Speaker: Georges RUGGIU, Journalist for R.T.L.M.

…Announces for 21 March 1994, the formation of his Government, in a byzantine declaration implicating everyone, and announcing nothing new. He also announces the list of candidates, arbitrarily selected by himself. Then, he decides that the said Government shall be established before 21st March 1994. Among the Ministers are mentioned, for M.D.R., Mr. Nsengiyaremye Dismas, Mr. Ngulinzira and even the ex-Prime Minister, who functions without functioning Madam Uwilingiyimana Agathe,

For the P.L. party, he names… he’s trying to name, notably, Mr. Mugenzi Justin and Mr. Landoald Ndasingwa. Let’s remind you, anyway, that according to the information received from some Chairmen of parties, Mr. Faustin Twagiramungu, might have taken this decision without consulting them. They’re not informed [inaudible]. Tomorrow, we’ll, of course, fully develop
this subject.

On the other hand, Faustin has lost his case against Mr. Karnali Sylvestre, Candidate for Deputyship of M.D.R. Power Gisenyi. These are some details for this sentence passed by the Tribunal of First Hearing. Twagiramungu’s opponents, Mr. Karnali Sylvestre—I beg your pardon, it was at the Tribunal of First Hearing of Kigali.

Speaker: Unidentified Female

The Tribunal of the First Hearing of Kigali decides as follow :

Mr. Twagiramungu and Tegeli Jean who had been given Karnali’s place as the Deputy of M.D.R. Gisenyi lose the case. Mr. Karnali Sylvestre is the Deputy of M.D.R. Gisenyi Section and must sit in the National Transitional Assembly.

Mr. Twagiramungu Faustin and Tegeli Jean are convicted to pay RWF 70,000 of damages.

Speaker: Georges RUGGIU

The security is questioned in Gitarama.

Speaker: Unidentified

Five cases of bullets…[inaudible] have been discovered in Gitarama administrative centre. Those cases were hidden in a bush not far from the bus station near the road to Kibuye. Those bullets have been found thank to a group of children who were looking of firewood. Those cases have been brought to Gitarama Military Camp. We don’t have further information for the moment. We’ll give you further information tomorrow.