From ethnic amnesia to ethnocracy : 80% of Rwanda’s top officials are Tutsi

24 novembre 2021 | Filip Reyntjens
Despite the state’s policy of ignoring ethnicity, most people know their leaders are mostly Tutsi. This research examines the extent of this trend. After the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF) took power in 1994, it erased references to ethnic belonging. People ceased to be Hutu, Tutsi or Twa but (...)
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