British government betrays democratic values of Commonwealth by deporting asylum seekers to Rwanda, the repressive African nation’s opposition leader said.
Victoria Ingabire Umuhoza lived for eight years in prison – five in single – after returning from exile to challenge Paul Kagame, Longtime President, in elections in 2010. She was arrested that year and convicted of genocide denial and conspiracy against in government in what rights groups have called a mistrial. After a presidential pardon and her release in 2018 she is alive in the capital of Kigali, where he heads the Commonwealth of government meet next month. However, she cannot leave the country without permission and must report to the prosecutor’s office. office once a month.
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