Kagame to seek fourth term as Rwandan president

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President Paul Kagame has been in power for two decades. In 2015 he changed the constitution, allowing him to stay until 2034. He came to power in 1994 after his rebel forces helped end the genocide. His opponents say he maintains a tight grip over what is an authoritarian regime.
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Kagame to seek fourth term as Rwandan president

He says he will consider "running for another 20 years" after 22 years in office already.

5 months ago·United Kingdom
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Kagame to seek fourth term as Rwandan president

In 2015 Mr Kagame changed the constitution allowing him to remain in power until 2034.

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Kagame hints at seeking fourth term as Rwandan president

Paul Kagame, the Rwandan president, has hinted at seeking a fourth term office in 2024. Kagame has been the leader of Rwanda since 1994 after his Patriotic Front Party helped

5 months ago
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Paul Kagame seeks to rule Rwanda for another 20 years

Mr Kagame, 64, has been in power for over two decades, contesting and winning three presidential elections in 2000, 2010 and 2017.

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Unrelenting Kagame to seek 4th term as president of Rwanda

Kagame himself came to power in 1994 after his rebel forces helped end the genocide.

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Paul Kagame aims for fourth term as president of Rwanda

He says that after 22 years in office, he will consider "going on for another 20 years". Source link

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