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01 June 2001 by -

Minister of Finance

Emmanuel Ndindabahizi is accused of genocide or complicity in genocide, direct and public incitement to commit genocide, and crimes against humanity. Identity

  • Born in 1950 in Gitesi commune, Kibuye prefecture.
  • Appointed Minister of Finance in the Interim Government on April 8, 1994.

Charges

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10 November 2001 by -

If the Prosecutor and the judges get their way with the UN General Assembly, the ad hoc Rwanda Tribunal will continue ad nauseam. In its recently-released Sixth Annual Report, the Rwanda Tribunal predicts that it can complete its mandate by 2011 - at the earliest. That's assuming it gets additional funding for more judges to cope with the Prosecutor's threat to indict (and presumably arrest) 136 new suspects by 2005. Without new judges, the Tribunal warns it might not finish its task until 2023, a mere 29 years after the 1994 genocide. That gives a whole new meaning to an ad hoc Tribunal.

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06 September 2004 by Thierry Cruvellier

In the space of a week, just before the summer recess, the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) has handed down one life sentence, confirmed a second and heard the parties debate two other appeal verdicts. The four cases all concern Rwandan personalities prosecuted for crimes committed in 1994 in the same region, eastern Kibuye.

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