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Controversial Rwandan general to be sent to “neutral country” – but where?

By 20 July 2011May 31st, 2022International Justice1 min read
Last month, SALC together with the Consortium for Refugees and Migrants Rights in South Africa (CoRMSA) initatiated legal proceedings against the South African authorities to review their decision to grant former Rwandan General, Kayumbe Nyamwasa, refugee status. And today another twist in this saga occurred. South African newspaper, the Business Day reported that  the South African “government is negotiating the handover of alleged Rwandan war criminal and former general Kayumba Nyamwasa to a ‘neutral country’”.  Still to be confirmed and rather scant on details, this move certainly raises a number of questions. If done properly this move may even warrant reluctant commendation. This entry was posted in International Criminal Justice and tagged NyamwasarefugeeRwandaSouth Africa. Bookmark the permalink.

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