Paul Kagame's RPF, which has run the country since ending the genocide nearly 20 years ago, are headed for a predicted landslide win.
Rwanda President Paul Kagame secured another seven-year term on Wednesday after being declared landslide winner of the country's election.
Rwandan leader Paul Kagame was set for a second seven-year term in office after provisional results on Tuesday showed he had won 93% of the vote.
Rwanda's regulatory body has suspended about 30 media organisations, Reporters sans Frontières reported on Tuesday.
Rwanda's foreign minister on Monday vehemently denied the government was involved in three recent high-profile attacks on opponents.
Campaigning for Rwanda's August 9 presidential election begins on Tuesday in a tense atmosphere following a string of attacks.