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Extra info for Rwanda Fast Forward: Social, Economic, Military and Reconciliation Prospects
1 At the request of the Government of Rwanda (GoR), the United Nations created the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) on 8 November 1994 to try high-level planners of the genocide, but due to the extensive amount of time and money allotted for each case and the proximity of the ICTR in Tanzania versus Rwanda, there has been controversy concerning its effectiveness. 3 Gacaca, meaning ‘judgment on the grass’ in Kinyarwanda, was a ‘traditional’ justice mechanism used to mediate local-level disputes (Tiemessen, 2004).
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