The State Minister in charge of constitutional reforms and legal affairs, Evode Uwizeyimana has said that establishing a corruption court in Rwanda requires a good amount of planning before the decision goes into effect.
He made the observation on Wednesday following the presentation of the report of Transparency International Rwanda (TIR) on corruption status in the country after TIR request for the establishment of an anticorruption court.
The call for establishment of a special anti-corruption court has, too, been made by the ombudsman,Aloysia Cyanzayire.
Minister Uwizeyimana said that the establishment of the court needs a deep analysis before implementation.
“These are propositions that require assessment and well defined objectives,” she added.
The government of Rwanda has established various bodies to fight against corruption including Rwanda Governance Board, the Ombudsman office and Human Rights Commission.