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Communiqué de Presse du troisième Congrès des Verts Africains à Madagascar

La Fédération des Verts Africains (FeVA) a tenu à l’hôtel Colbert à Antananarivo du 19 au 21  juin 2014 son troisième Congrès ordinaire.

La cérémonie d’ouverture  a été présidée par Dr Frank Habineza  en présence du Global  Forum des Ambassadeurs d’Allemagne et du Maroc, de M. Robinson Jean Louis et M. Andrianainarivelo Hajo. 

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DGPR’s President re-elected to Chair the African Greens Federation

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda is pleased to inform members of the media and the general public that it’s President, Dr.Frank HABINEZA has been re-elected to Chair the African Greens Federation for the next four years (2014-2018).

This vote of confidence took place at the African Greens Congress in Antananarivo-Madagascar, from 20th -21st June 2014. The Congress brought together 17 political parties from across Africa. The African Greens Federation has its headquarters in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.

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DGPR has Established Party Structures in Some Districts and Provinces and Finalised Leadership Trainings

DGPR has Established Party Structures in Some Districts and Provinces and Finalised Leadership Trainings.

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda is pleased to inform members of the media and the general public that it has established some party structures in four districts and Women Greens committees in four provinces. It has also concluded party leadership training for both women leaders and party members.

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Democratic Green Party of Rwanda has Raised its Party Flag at the National Forum of Political Parties in Rwanda

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda has raised its Party flag, today, 14th  April 2014, at the National Consultative Forum of Political Organisations in Rwanda.

DGPR was officially accepted as the eleventh member into the National Political Parties Forum on 3rd April 2014. The Party was established on 14th August 2009 and officially registered on 9th August 2013.

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Ishyaka DGPR Risaba ko Imibereho Myiza y'Abarokotse Genocide yakorewe Abatutsi yakwongerwamo Imbaraga

Mu gihe u Rwanda rwibuka ku ncuro ya makumyabiri genocide yakorewe abatutsi, Ishyaka Riharanira Demokarasi no Kurengera Ibidukikije Mu Rwanda ryifatanije n’abarokotse Genocide yakorewe abatutsi mu 1994.

Ishyaka DGPR riboneyeho umwanya wo gusaba Leta yu Rwanda ko mugihe twibuka kuri iyi ncuro ya makumyabiri ko bikwiriye kugendana no gufasha abarokotse kuko bigaragara ko hakiriho ibibazo by’ abarokotse badafite aho baba, abadafite ibyo kurya ndetse abandi ntibafite uburyo bwo kwiga.

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DGPR Calls for Improved Social Welfare for the Survivors of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsis.

During this upcoming period of the 20th Commemoration of the 1994 genocide against Tutsis, the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda wishes to express its comfort with the survivors of that genocide.

DGPR would like to take on this opportunity to call upon the Rwandan Government to expedite plans to provide shelter, food and education to the survivors, since it’s evident that even after twenty years some survivors have nowhere to sleep, no means of survival in a normal life. 

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DGPR Calls Upon the National Bank of Rwanda to Consider French while printing New Bank Notes

Kigali: The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda calls upon the Governor of the National Bank of Rwanda to consider the French language while printing all new bank notes.

It came to our notice that the National Bank of Rwanda printed new bills of 500 Frw only in Kinyarwanda and English languages yet before the old notes had the French language as well.

DGPR finds this act against the Rwandan Constitution, especially in Article 5, which states that the official languages of Rwanda are: Kinyarwanda, English and French.

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DGPR Calls upon the Rwandan Minister of Foreign Affairs to Explain to the Rwandan Parliament the Diplomatic Stand-off between Rwanda and South Africa

DGPR Calls upon the Rwandan Minister of Foreign Affairs to Explain to the Rwandan Parliament the Diplomatic Stand-off between Rwanda and South Africa

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda is deeply concerned with the escalating diplomatic stand-off between Rwanda and South Africa.

This comes after the reciprocal expulsion of diplomats from both missions and the non-issuance of visas to Rwandans by the South African Embassy in Kigali.

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Itangazo Rigenewe Abanyamakuru: Kuri Gahunda ya Ndi Umunyarwanda na Forum y’Amashyaka

Inama ya biro politike y’Ishyaka Riharanira Demokarasi no Kurengera Ibidukikije Mu Rwanda, yateranye kuwa 7 Werurwe 2014, kuri Auberge Bel Angle, Kimironko, Kigali, yafashe umwanzuro kuri Gahunda ya Ndi Umunyarwanda no kuri Forum Nyunguranabitekerezo y’amashyaka ya politike  yemewe Mu Rwanda.

Ishyaka DGPR rishyigikiye ko abanyarwanda bose muri rusange bashyira hirya ibibatandukanya bagashyigikira gahunda yo kuba abanyarwanda mbere y'ibindi byose (Nd’Umunyarwanda).

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Press Statement: DGPR’s stand on Ndi Umunyarwanda and National Political Parties Forum

The Political Bureau of the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda during its meeting on 7th March 2014 at Auberge Bel Angle, Kimironko, Kigali, among other things finalised discussions on the ‘Ndi Umunyarwanda’ program and the National Consultative Political Parties Forum.

The Party supports the objective of ensuring and encouraging all the different people’s groups in Rwanda to put aside their differences and promote the spirit of being Rwandans (Ndi Umunyarwanda). The party however, calls for the following changes:

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