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Democratic Green Party entry into Rwandan Parliament

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda receives 5% in the parliamentary elections of 3 September 2018 which has enabled the party to enter the Rwandan Parliament for the next five-year term (2018-2023).
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DGPR Gahunda Politiki Ivuguruye Izibandwaho mu Matora y'Abadepite

ISHYAKA RIHARANIRA DEMOKARASI NO KURENGERA IBIDUKIKIJE MU RWANDA-DGPR

GAHUNDA POLITIKI IVUGURUYE YA DGPR KUVA 2017-2024

Ku nyungu rusange n’ejo hazaza heza

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Press Statement: Third Congress of the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda confirmed Parliamentary Candidates

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda is pleased to inform members of the media and the public that it successfully held its third congress on 23rd June 2018 in Kigali, Rwanda.

The congress approved 55 Parliamentary Candidates, the provisional list includes 21 women and 34 men. The final list will be submitted to the National Electoral Commission between 12-25 July. Parliamentary elections are planned for 2nd and 3rd September 2018, while electoral campaigns will commence on 13th August -1st September.

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Parliamentary polls: Green Party targets 20% of seats

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda (DGPR) is looking at coming up with a “strong manifesto” before embarking on a vigorous campaign to secure at least 20 per cent of parliamentary seats in the September polls, party officials have said.

The party president, Frank Habineza, who also ran in last year’s presidential elections has exclusively told The New Times that they are ready to submit their list of candidates, adding that they are looking to fielding up to 60 members in the campaign.

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Dr Habineza yahawe inshingano nshya mu Ihuriro Nyafurika ry’Amashyaka Ashinzwe Kurengera Ibidukikije

Umuyobozi mukuru w’Ishyaka Riharanira Demokarasi no kurengera Ibidukikije mu Rwanda, Dr Habineza Frank yagizwe Umuyobozi mukuru w’ubunyamabanga buhoraho mu Ihuriro Nyafurika ry’amashyaka ya Politiki ashyinzwe kurengera Ibidukikije.

Dr Habineza yari amaze imyaka umunani ari Perezida wa Federasiyo y’amashyaka ya Politiki ashyinzwe kurengera Ibidukikije, akaba avuga ko kuba bamugiriye icyizere agahabwa uyu mwanya utari usanzweho, ari amahirwe akomeye kuri we ndetse no ku barwanashyaka b’ishyaka abereye umuyobozi mu Rwanda.

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Green Party ikomeje kugaragaza kutishimira ibikubiye mu itegeko rishya rigenga amashyaka

Umuyobozi w’ishyaka Democratic Green Party of Rwanda, Dr Frank Habineza, ntiyanyuzwe no kuba nta cyakozwe ku mavugurura basabye mu itegeko rishya rigenga amashyaka ku kijyanye n’inkunga igenerwa amashyaka ari kwiyamamaza ku mwanya w’umukuru w’igihugu cyangwa mu badepite , aho avuga ko inkunga ya leta igenerwa umutwe wagize amajwi 5% mu matora ifasha uwatsinze aho gufasha abari guhangana mu matora.
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DGPR Trained members in Kirehe, Nyagatare and Gisagara Districts

 The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda successfully trained its members and held consultative meetings in Kirehe, Nyagatare and Gisagara Districts on 10th and 11th March 2018.

During these meetings members elected candidates who will represent them in the upcoming parliamentary elections. They also elected elected district committee leaders.

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Kamonyi: Ishyaka rya Green Party ryatoye abakandida b’amatora y’Abadepite

Inama y’abarwanashyaka ba Green Party mu karere ka Kamonyi yateranye kuri uyu wa 17 Gashyantare 2018 mu murenge wa Gacurabwenge. Hatowe babiri bazahagararira ishyaka mu matora y’Intumwa za Rubanda yimirijwe imbere.
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Parliamentary Candidates in Huye and Kamonyi Elected

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda is pleased to inform its members and the public that it concluded district meetings for party members in Huye and Kamonyi districts on 17th and 18th February 2018. Party members also had an opportunity to elect two parliamentary candidates, both male and female, who will represent those districts. They also elected district committee leaders.
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DGPR Concluded Consultative meetings and trainings in Rubavu and Karongi Districts

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda successfully held consultative meetings and trainings for party members in Rubavu and Karongi districts on 28th January 2018. During the consultative meetings, members elected two parliamentary candidates, both male and female, who will represent those districts.
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