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On March 23, 2015, the High Court of Kigali upheld the 2014 court decision that the case was unfounded on procedural grounds.

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These included debates on proposed amendments to presidential term limits, and discussions on human rights abuses in the Gikondo Transit Center, triggered by the publication of a Human Rights Watch report in September.

The BBC Kinyarwanda service remained off the air since the government suspended it in October 2014 in response to a BBC television documentary, “Rwanda’s Untold Story.” The Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority (RURA), the state body which regulates media, set up a committee, headed by former Prosecutor General Martin Ngoga, to look into complaints about the documentary, including allegations that it had denied the genocide.

Opportunities for genuine opposition parties to function freely are very limited.

Victoire Ingabire, president of the FDU-Inkingi opposition party, remained in prison since 2012, serving a 15-year-sentence for conspiracy to undermine the government and genocide denial.

A polling assistant holds a ballot paper marked "Yes" and "No" at a polling station in Rwanda's capital Kigali, on December 18, 2015.

Rwandans voted in a referendum on amending Rwanda’s Constitution to allow President Paul Kagame to seek a third term in 2017.

The High Court in Rubavu sentenced them to 20 years’ imprisonment in January.

Pro-government views dominated domestic media, but several private radio stations broadcast programs on human rights and other politically sensitive issues.

In July, 12 Chinese were arrested for violating immigration laws.

Government-to-government relations have also come under strain.

The human rights group LIPRODHOR was taken over by elements sympathetic to the ruling party in 2013.

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