"The final brief is almost ready. We will present it to the government at the end of September", Gratien Dusingizimana, the Head of the National Service of Gacaca jurisdictions (NSGJ) told Hirondelle news agency.
Meanwhile, two bills concerning the judgment of genocide cases after the closing of Gacaca courts are yet to be examined by the government.
As the crime of genocide is imprescriptible, a follow-up jurisdiction needs to be put in place.
The first Gacaca trials opened in 2005. Since then, Gacaca courts have tried more than one million people.
Gacaca archives will be stored in a special documentation center placed under the authority of the National Commission for the fight against genocide (NCFG).
© Hirondelle News Agency