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Established in 1961, the Ministry of Justice has gone by various names which have included Ministry of Internal Affairs and Justice (1965-1973), Ministry of Justice and Legal Affairs (1973-2000), and Ministry of Justice and Institutional Reforms (2000-2003). As of September 2007, per the Prime Minister's Order 18/03, the Ministry of Justice (Rwanda) was merged with the Office of the Attorney General. The ministry's main objectives include promoting statutory law, overseeing national legislation, and regulating law enforcement sectors.[1][2]

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  20. ^ Bartrop, Paul R. (2012-07-06). A Biographical Encyclopedia of Contemporary Genocide: Portraits of Evil and Good. ABC-CLIO. ISBN 9780313386794.
  21. ^ Uwiringiyimana, Clement. "Life sentence for Rwanda's genocide-era justice minister upheld". AF. Retrieved 2018-06-24.
  22. ^ Jr., Robert McG. Thomas. "Alphonse Nkubito Dies at 42; Ex-Rwandan Justice Minister". Retrieved 2018-06-24.
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  24. ^ "Rwanda Monthly Information Report". ReliefWeb. Retrieved 2018-06-24.
  25. ^ Reyntjens, Filip (2013-12-30). Political Governance in Post-Genocide Rwanda. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781107043558.
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