Arusha Agreement Rwanda

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This did not reflect oppo­si­tion to the peace agree­ment as such: Rwanda adopted a new con­sti­tu­tion on 5 May 1995. The new Con­sti­tu­tion was as fol­lows: 1. con­sti­tu­tional objects removed from the Con­sti­tu­tion of 10 June 1991; (2) the Arusha Peace Agree­ment, signed on 4 August 1993; 3. the dec­la­ra­tion of the RPF (Rwandan Patri­otic Front) of 17 July 1994 estab­lishing national insti­tu­tions; 4. the agree­ment signed on 24 November 1994 between polit­ical par­ties that were not involved in the geno­cide of the pre­vious year; In a 57-​​member National Assembly, 55 mem­bers voted in favour of the new Con­sti­tu­tion and two abstained; The Arusha Peace Agree­ment was part of the new Con­sti­tu­tion, but the new Con­sti­tu­tion also con­tained the FFO Dec­la­ra­tion of July 1994 and the Agree­ment of November 1994. Lack of knowl­edge of Kin­yarwanda or French should not be an obstacle to employ­ment and the per­for­mance of tasks in the public sector.…

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