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Rwanda Supreme Court case hearing Against Lifting of Presidential Term Limits from the Constitution adjourned to 29th July 2015

Rwanda’s Supreme Court today accepted to adjourn the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda’s case against the change of the constitution to 29th July 2015, after the lawyer failed to turn up.

DGPR has had challenges in getting legal representation in Court as most of the lawyers contacted gave different reasons for not taking on the case.  Some cited fear, personal reasons and unanimous threats, as reasons preventing them to take on the case. 

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Press Release: DGPR has filed a Lawsuit to the Supreme Court, Demanding the Court to Block Parliament from Changing the Constitution, Regarding Lifting of Presidential Term Limits (Art 101).

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda has today, the 3rd of June 2015, filed a lawsuit to the Supreme Court, demanding the Court to Block Parliament from any future plans of changing the constitution, specifically, regarding the lifting of presidential term limits from the Constitution.

Article 101 of the constitution stipulates that:

‘The President of the Republic is elected for a term of seven years renewable only once.  

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DGPR has submitted its Petition to Parliament Against the Constitutional Change on Presidential Term Limits.

 The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda has today, the 13th of May 2015, submitted its petition to the Rwandan Parliament, against the proposed amendment of lifting the presidential term limits from the Constitution.

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DGPR a déposé une plainte à la Cour Supreme, concernant le non-respect de la Constititution Rwandaise

Le Parti Démocratique Vert du Rwanda, le 8 Décembre 2014, a introduit un procès à la Cour suprême, concernant le non-respect de la langue française, tel que stipulé dans l’article 5 de la Constitution rwandaise.

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SEPARATION OF POWERS: KEY LESSON FROM US’s INTERNATIONAL VISITOR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM (IVLP)

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda’s President, Dr.Frank HABINEZA, participated in the US Government’s International Visitor Leadership Program: Young African Leaders: Grassroots Democracy and Midterm Elections (October 20th –November 7th 2014),  where he was able to learn many lessons which will be helpful in democracy strengthening and nation building in the Republic of Rwanda.  

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Green Party yeruye ko Nta mpamvu ya Manda ya gatatu ( third term)

Mu gihe amashyaka amwe n’amwe n’abantu ku giti cyabo bagaragaje icyifuzo ko Itegeko Nshinga rya Repubulika y’u Rwanda ryahinduka rigatorwa bundi bushya, Ishyaka Riharanira Demokarasi no Kurengera Ibidukikije mu Rwanda (DGPR), ryo risanga nta mpamvu n’imwe yatuma itegeko nshinga rihindurwa ku ngingo ubusanzwe zidakorwaho.

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DGPR’s Treasurer Elected Vice President of the National Consultative Forum of Political Organisations in Rwanda.

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda wishes to inform its members and the general public that today, the 21st August 2014, attended its first meeting in the National Consultative Forum of Political Organisations  in Rwanda and its National Treasurer, Ms.Florence Mukobwajana got elected as the Vice President  of the Forum’s Executive Committee.

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