NPR quotes Africa Center Director J. Peter Pham on whether or not current Rwandan President Paul Kagame should be allowed to run for a third term: 

“The other challenge for the international community is, if not Kagame, who?” Pham says. “The political space in the country is such that it’s very difficult, even for Rwanda experts, to name someone who could possibly step in.”

The very political vacuum that Kagame has created also makes him exceptionally hard to unseat.

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