Authoritarianism does not bode well for Rwanda’s future
Only freedom of speech, association, media, political activity and regular elections, resemble a true democracy.
Rwanda's President Paul Kagame delivers a speech during a ceremony for the 25th annniversary of Liberation Day, which marks the end of the country's 1994 genocide against Tutsi people, at Amahoro Stadium in Kigali, Rwanda, on July 4, 2019. - The Rwandan genocide lasted a 100-day period from April 7 to July , 1994, during which some 800,000 ethnic Tutsis were murdered. (Photo by Cyril NDEGEYA / AFP)