Paul Kagame who is the president of Rwanda has calmed his people down with an assertive statement.
According to the president of Rwanda, citizens in Rwanda should not make these LGBTQ rights their problem and it hasn’t been their problem.
President Paul Kagame declared this statement at Rwanda Cultural Day which took place in San Francisco, California
So far as gender equality is concerned, citizens in Rwanda asked the president about the LGBTQ rights being legalized in Rwanda.
President Paul Kagame took a minute-long pause and said, ” it hasn’t been our problem. and we don’t intend to make it our problem.”
He continued in referring to an Article in the Rwanda constitution, he said according to Article 26 of Rwanda constitution, “Only civil monogamous marriage between a man and a woman is recognized. No person may be married without his or her free consent. Parties to a marriage have equal rights and duties upon and during the subsistence of a marriage and at the time of divorce. The law determines conditions, forms, and effect of marriage.”
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