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Declaration of The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda

Declaration Of The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda

WHEREAS the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda remains very committed to the democratization process of the country and continues to be an active partner in seeking for a sustainable solution for Rwanda ;

AWARE of the current nature of Rwanda's political environment especially before and after the August 2010 presidential elections, to which different political parties might have unique reactions and strategies ;

REMEMBERING our slain First Vice President, Andre Kagwa RWISEREKA ;

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Rwanda Greens Vice president murder taken to UN

The Family of Andre Kagwa Rwisereka, former First Vice President of the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda has requested the Secretary General of United Nations to help with an Independent Investigation

Rwanda Greens Vice president murder taken to UN

Posted on Tuesday, 30th November 2010 by DocRichard

http://www.greenfeed.org.uk/feeds/?...

(via Mabinogogiblog - Original Post)

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Rwanda Development Partners Should Emphasize Opening up of Political Space as Leverage For Foreign Aid to the Government of Rwanda and Save Rwanda’s Democratization Process

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda is calling upon Rwanda's Development Partners and all Friends of Rwanda to emphasize much more the opening up of political space as leverage for foreign Aid to the Government of Rwanda. This is the only sustainable way that will ensure a peaceful democratization process for our Country.

Press Release : Rwanda Development Partners Should Emphasize Opening up of Political Space as Leverage For Foreign Aid to the Government of Rwanda and Save Rwanda's Democratization Process.

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Call on UN Security Council to Urgently Intervene in the Rwandan Political Crisis and the Immediate Release of Ms. Victoire INGABIRE, Bernard NTAGANDA and all political prisoners

The Permanent Consultative Council of Opposition Parties in Rwanda strongly calls for an urgent intervention of the United Nations Security Council in the Rwandan Political crisis.

The Permanent Consultative Council of Opposition Parties in Rwanda (PCC)

C/O B.P.6334 Kigali, Rwanda,

Kigali, 18th October 2010

Open Letter to :

United Nations Security Council

UN Headquarters

First Avenue at 46th Street

New York, NY 10017

United States of America

Subject :

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Rwandan Opposition Calls for an immediate release of Ms. Victoire INGABIRE UMUHOZA

The Permanent Consultative Council of Opposition Parties in Rwanda-PCC, which brings together the United Democratic Forces-FDU Inkingi, Democratic Green Party of Rwanda and the Social Party Imberakuri, is calling for an immediate release of Ms. Victoire INGABIRE UMUHOZA with no more conditions and the release of all other political prisoners.

PERMANENT CONSULTATIVE COUNCIL OF OPPOSITION PARTIES IN RWANDA

PRESS RELEASE :

Rwandan Opposition Calls for an immediate release of Ms. Victoire INGABIRE UMUHOZA

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L’opposition Rwandaise demande la libération immédiate et sans conditions de Mme Victoire INGABIRE UMUHOZA

Le Conseil Consultatif Permanent des Partis de l'opposition au Rwanda-PCC, qui regroupe les Forces Démocratiques Unifiéees FDU INKINGI, le Parti Démocratique Vert du Rwanda et le Parti social-Imberakuri, appellent à la libération immédiate et sans conditions de Mme Victoire INGABIRE UMUHOZA ainsi que d'autres prisonniers politiques.

Conseil Consultatif Permanent des Partis de l'opposition au Rwanda-PCC

C/O B.P.6334 Kigali,Rwanda

COMMUNIQUÉ DE PRESSE :

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Call on President Kagame to Accord Immediate Justice and Diffuse National Tensions

Mr. President,

As Commander-in-Chief of all armed forces, Head of State-sworn in to protect the Rwandan constitution, state institutions and Rwandan people, we urgently call upon you to use all your powers and accord immediate justice to many suffering Rwandans in prisons and outside prisons, and also help diffuse the growing political and military tension in the country.

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Withdrawing Green Party Statement on the Rwandan Minister of Education

Dr.Charles MURIGANDE
Minister of Education
Kigali, Rwanda
Honorable Minister,
Re : Withdrawing Green Party Statement on the Rwandan Minister of Education
In reference to your letter dated 13th September 2010, No.2498/12.00/2010, requesting the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda to withdraw its statement, issued on 11th August 2010, titled : Rwandan Minister Claims Car Accident Killed Green Party Vice President, according to ARTE Television.

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Commonwealth Rwanda Election Report : Extract on Opposition Parties Refused to Contest

REPORT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OBSERVER GROUP ON RWANDA 2010 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONSEXTRACT ON OPPOSITION PARTIES THAT WERE REFUSED BY THE GOVERNMENT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE ELECTIONS

Other Political Parties ( from page 14-17)

Ahead of the elections, a number of opposition parties had stated their intention to field their candidates in the elections, but, in the end, faced either legal or administrative issues, which resulted in their non-participation. The situation of each of these parties differs considerably and is briefly outlined below :

1. Democratic Green Party

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Clarification on RNA Story : Green Party has not yet issued a statement on UN Report on Congo

The News Editor

Rwanda News Agency

Kigali, Rwanda

Dear Sir :

Re : Clarification on RNA Story : Green Party has not yet issued a statement on UN Report on Congo

In reference to the News Article : Green Party defends RPA soldiers against UN Genocide charge, delivered from our statement : Democratic Green Party of Rwanda’s Stand on Crimes against Humanity ;http://rwandagreendemocrats.org/spi....

We are pleased to make the following clarifications :

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