Critics charge Kagame with crackdown

08/8/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Although Rwandan President Paul Kagame deserves credit for much of the progress seen in Rwanda in recent years, critics charge that his administration is cracking down in advance of the presidential election. Journalists working in the capital of Kigali say that they are forced to censor themselves, while students report that administration spies have infiltrated their campuses.

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