establishment of a Broad Based Transitional Government BBTG which would include

Establishment of a broad based transitional

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establishment of a Broad-Based Transitional Government (BBTG), which would include the insurgent RPF and the five political parties that had composed a temporary government since April 1992 in anticipation of general elections. The Accords included other points considered necessary for lasting peace: the rule of law, repatriation of refugees both from fighting and from power sharing agreements, and the merging of government and rebel armies. The Rwandan Civil War was a conflict between the Rwandan Armed Forces, representing the government of Rwanda, and the rebel Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF). The war, which lasted from 1990 to 1994, arose from the long-running dispute between the Hutu and Tutsi groups within the Rwandan population. A 1959 1962 revolution had replaced the Tutsi monarchy with a Hutu- led republic, forcing more than 336,000 Tutsi to seek refuge in neighboring countries. A group of these refugees in Uganda founded the RPF which, under the leadership of Fred Rwigyema and Paul Kagame, became a battle-ready army by the late 1980s. The causes for Rwanda‘s civil war happen because of the conflicts triggered by an unconnected relationship between identity groups such as ethnicity, religion, and culture of the country as well as with certain distinct groups themselves. This is happen conflicts between the Rwandan Armed Forces, representing the government of Rwanda, and the rebel (RPF). RPF is a
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