The National Service of the Gacaca Courts (SNJG) had initially planned to wide up its trials during the month ending.
"We cannot schedule a date, our intention is more to empty the genocide cases than a race against the clock", indicated last week to the Hirondelle Agency, Denis Bikesha, an official for training and planning at the SNJG.
The agents of this department are currently travelling around the administrative sectors of the country for consultations.
In addition, the investigation phase was re-opened in certain areas, in particular in the Bisesero region (western Rwanda) and in Kabgayi (central Rwanda).
"We will not conclude by leaving the problems behind us. We will not leave any trial for the simple concern of closing", indicated Bikesha.
These courts are inspired by former assemblies during which the wise men of the village, sitting on the grass (gacaca, in Kinyarwanda), settled disagreements.
They are not presided by professional magistrates but by "just people" elected from among the community.
Since last year, the courts could give a sentence up to life in prison, the maximum sentence in Rwanda.
© Hirondelle News Agency