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DGPR has filed a Lawsuit to the Supreme Court Regarding the non-Respect of French Language

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda has today, the 8th of December 2014, filed a lawsuit to the Supreme Court, regarding the non-respect of French language, as stipulated in Article 5 of the Rwandan Constitution.

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DGPR’s Stand on the Proposed Lifting of Presidential Term Limits from Rwanda’s Constitution

The Political Bureau of the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda, met on 22nd November 2014 and took an official stand on the proposed request regarding the lifting of the presidential term limits from the constitution of the Republic of Rwanda.

After serious analysis of the proposed request by the political bureau, the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda wishes to inform members of the media and the general public, that it does not support the proposed change as well as an advancement of this request to the parliament and a subsequent referendum on lifting of presidential term limits.

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DGPR Successfully Held an Environmental Management Training for Members of the Political Bureau

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda is pleased to inform members of the media and the general public that it successfully conducted a leadership and Environmental Management Training for the members of the Political Bureau on 22nd November 2014.  

The training focused on the roles of party members in environmental protection, analysis of the environmental protection law and the party commitments on environmental protection as outlined in the Party’s political program.

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Press Release: DGPR Successfully Finalised Leadership Trainings for Party Members in Kirehe and Muhanga Districts.

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda is pleased to inform members of the media and the general public that it has successfully finalised leadership trainings for party members in both Kirehe and Muhanga Districts.

The trainings were conducted between 8th-16th November 2014, with support from the National Consultative Forum of Political Organisations in Rwanda.

The trainings focused on the following themes:

-          Political ideology and general principals of politics

-          Political leadership and political conflict management

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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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African Greens stand with Swedish Greens in national elections

As decided upon during our last congress in Madagascar, AGF sent delegates to support the Swedish Green Party in the September 14th general elections.
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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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DGPR Condemns Both the Deaths Threats and the Armed Attack Against the Transparency International Rwanda Chief

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda strongly condemns both the deaths threats and armed attack against Mrs.Ingabire Marie Immaculet the Transparency International Rwanda Chief.

Transparency International Rwanda under Mrs.Ingabire Immaculet has always stood against corruption but such death threats and the armed attack as witnessed yesterday at her offices in Kigali, are aimed at silencing both her and the organisation, a thing that cannot be tolerated in a country that has a zero-tolerance on corruption.

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DGPR Leaders Met with Rwandan Internal Security Minister on Munyeshyaka’s Disappearance

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda’s top leadership today met with the Rwandan Minister of Internal Security, Sheik Musa Fazil Harerimana at his offices in Kigali. DGPR’s President in accompany with the First Vice President and the Secretary General discussed with the Interior Minister, issues concerning the disappearance of DGPR’s National Organising Secretary, Jean Damascene Munyeshyaka, who has not been seen in public since 27th June 2014. The Minister promised to expedite the investigations and to give the case its due priority.
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