History, Language & Culture Rwanda
The Rwandan genocide is the central massacre of Tutsi and Hutu in Rwanda. By majority members of the Hutu government During the period about 100 days, from April 7 to mid July 1994, there were approximately Rwandans. 501,000–1,000,000 people died, which is 70% of Tutsi and 20% of Rwanda's total population. A core political member called akazu devised this murder. Many of them sit the highest positions of the national government. The promoter came from the soldiers of the Rwanda Army. National police (Caandarmerie) Government-sponsored militia Which has Intera Hamwe (Interahamwe) and Impusumu Gambi (Impuzamugambi) and the Hutu civilian population, Rwanda currently has two public holidays to commemorate the genocide. The National Memorial Day begins with Genicide Memorial Day on April 7 and ends with Emancipation Day on July 4, the week following April 7 as officially designated Mourning Week. The Rwandan genocide was justified by the creation of an International Criminal Court to eliminate the need for specialized tribunals to prosecute those accused of genocide. Crimes against humanity and war crimes in the future.