Charles Kamuru
speaks on ...
on-going access to the ICTR materials


Right now, I don’t know what is going to happen to the Information Center. But I’m of the view that if the Information Center maybe could stay in place after the tribunal closes, so that all what has been done by tribu-, the tribunal can maybe be safeguarded in one place so that people can continue to access information from a given place in Rwanda, that one will be very fine.
But right now, I don’t know what’s going to happen to the Information Center. But maybe besides being employed at the Information Center, but still I’m of the view that if such a center could stay to maintain the legacy of the tribunal in the future, because I hope a given institution like the ICTR, it cannot just close and everything ends there.
We have, at least there should be a mechanism of maintaining information which can be used for future reference and even to maintain the legacy of the tribunal, to see that this is an institution, an international judicial institution. So what it has done for all these years should be maintained so that even Rwandese can continue to come and get access to the tribunal information through such an information center.
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Interview Date:
October 28, 2008
Kigali, Rwanda
Lisa P. Nathan
Nell Carden Grey
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Part 4
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Voices from the Rwanda Tribunal team