Rwandan Prosecutor and spokesperson of National Public Prosecution Authority has said the Prosecution has no accusation against the husband of Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza.
The Immigration Service Department in Netherlands is now proposing to revoke the citizenship of Victoire’s husband Lin Muyizere citing a serious suspicion that he may have contributed to the Hutu extremism that led to the genocide of hundreds of thousands of Tutsis and moderate Hutus.
Muyizere is among 10 Rwandese Citizens living in Netherlands that may lose Dutch citizenship
Speaking to BBC, the spokesperson of the Prosecution, Alain Mukurarinda said that Rwanda has released a list of 100 people wanted for Genocide crimes, however, adds Mukuralinda, among those 10 people who are targeted by the Dutch Justice there is no one accused by Rwanda.
However Mukurarinda explains that Rwanda has sent to Dutch Justice a list of 17 suspects needed for justice adding that the list doesn’t include the names of those targeted by The Immigration Service Department in Netherlands.
Mukurarinda says “There are suspects in many countries; we sent more than 100 arrest warrants requesting host counties to arrest and bring them to Justice in Rwanda or face justice where they are. We also sent other arrest warrants for 17 people living in Netherlands. But the list doesn’t include those 10 people.”
However Mukararinda explains that the Dutch Justice has right to prosecute any case without taking into consideration where the crimes was committed so whoever have allegations against any of those individuals has right to call for Justice .