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Emmanuel Macron welcomes a ” considerable progress in understanding France’s role in its engagement in Rwanda ”, after the delivery this Friday March 26 of the report of the Duclert commission, on the role of Paris in the genocide of the Tutsis in 1994. But if François Graner, member of the Survie association, co-author of the book The French state and the genocide of the Tutsis (Ed. Agone, 2020) recognizes an important work of research in the archives, he considers that the report does not make a big revelation. He is still waiting for justice to fully investigate the subject, as well as changes in France’s foreign policy. He regrets that the experts of the Duclert commission do not go far enough. He answers questions from Jeanne Richard.
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