Fax Your MP!
In recent years, Agathon Rwasa has been allowed to travel freely throughout East Africa, and even attended a meeting in the Netherlands.
Please call on the British government:
- to acknowledge that the December 28th 2000 "Titanic Express" massacre, in which British citizen Charlotte Wilson died, was a War Crime.
- to lobby the UN to resume and conclude its investigation into the August 2004 Gatumba massacre.
- to work through the UN, the EU and diplomatic channels to see that Agathon Rwasa is arrested at the earliest opportunity.
Britain is a key member of the G8 and the UN Security Council, and one of the richest countries in the world. The British government can make a difference in Burundi - and the louder the voice of those calling on them to act, the more they will do.
Through the same website, you can also contact your Euro MPs. The European Union is also involved in the Burundian peace process, and it is crucial that they resist pressure to accept any kind of amnesty for Burundi's killers.