19.03.2021 ( Last modified: 29.03.2022 )
TRIAL International reminds its visitors that any person charged by national or international authorities is presumed innocent until proven guilty.
Christophe Ndangali was a teacher and intellectual in Rwanda during the 1994 genocide. He allegedly participated in the exclusion of Tutsis from the school system and called for the extermination of Tutsis.
Ndangali and two other suspects were charged in Belgium with serious violations of international humanitarian law on 30 September 2020. Ndangali benefits from surveillance under electronic bracelet while awaiting for his trial in Belgium.
The investigation is ongoing and acts covered by the secrecy of criminal procedure were carried out throughout the year 2021.
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