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US News Rwanda: The main association of survivors regrets the absence of "excuses" by Macron

08:40  28 may  2021
08:40  28 may  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

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En visite au Rwanda jeudi, le président de la République Emmanuel Macron a reconnu les © Ludovic Marin / AFP visiting Rwanda Thursday, the President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron acknowledged the "responsibilities" of France in The genocide of Tutsi in this country in 1994. "It was expected to apologize on behalf of the French State," reacts the President of the main organization of survivors, Thursday on Europe 1.

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"That's what we notice"

at the microphone of Europe 1 Thursday, Egide Nkuranga, the president of the main organization of Ibuka survivors, regret that the French president "avoided the exact word in his speech". "It was waiting for it to be clear that he apologizes in the name of the French state. He did not do it. Even for forgiveness, he did not do it. That's what we notice."

For its part, Emmanuel Macron was justified by considering that the evocation of "apologies", also desired by French politicians, was not "appropriate" and that he preferred "recognition of facts". As for forgiveness, "It's not me who can give it," he added.

"They will not tolerate the alleged genocidal who are at liberty in France"

Despite this disappointment, Egide Nkuranga said that Emmanuel Macron's commitment "to what no person suspected of genocide crimes can not escape from Justice ", while many of them reside in France. "That's what we asked before," Egid Nkuranga points out. "I think it was very important to mention that. They will not tolerate the alleged genocidal who are at liberty in France. They can therefore bring them to justice. It is something very important that we were waiting for. "

The speech of Emmanuel Macron was in any case been hailed by his counterpart Paul Kagame at a common press conference. "His words were more valuable than excuses. They were the truth," reacted Paul Kagame, evoking the "huge courage" of his "friend" Emmanuel Macron.

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