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DGPR Calls for more Psychological and Economic Empowerment of Genocide Survivors and the Youth born out of Rape during the Genocide.

Press Statement: DGPR Calls for more Psychological and Economic Empowerment of Genocide Survivors and the Youth born out of Rape during the Genocide.

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda joins all Rwandans in the 22nd commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. We stand in unison with the nation in fighting the genocide ideology.

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Press Release: DGPR Leaders Met with the Deputy Speaker of Rwandan Parliament on Legal Reforms

Upon invitation by the Rwandan Parliament, on Thursday, 10th March 2016, the President of the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda, together with the Party’s Secretary General and National Treasurer, met with the Deputy Speaker of Parliament in charge of Legal affairs and control of the Government, accompanied by the Director of Legal Affairs and discussed issues concerning DGPR’s requests for electoral and political reforms.

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DGPR sets Conditions for Participating in 2017 Presidential Elections

The Political Bureau of the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda, during its meeting on 5th March 2016 in Kigali, decided that it will not participate in the upcoming Presidential elections, if the Government of Rwanda does not respond to its demands for political and electoral reforms.

DGPR submitted its petition to the Rwandan Parliament on 10th February 2016, but till now, it has received no response. The opposition Party also decided that it will make a people’s peaceful match and visit to the Rwandan Parliament soon in order to clarify its positions to the members of Parliament.

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Green Party yavuze ko uburyo bwo gutora bw’impapuro butizewe bwasimbuzwa ikoranabuhanga

Kuri uyu wa gatatu taliki 10/2/2016 ishyaka Democratic Green Party of Rwanda ryavuze ko ryandikiye Inteko Ishinga Amategeko riyisaba ko yavugurura itegeko rigenga amashyaka ndetse n’irigenga amatora mbere y’uko haba amatora ya Perezida wa Repubulika ya 2017 n’ay’ Abadepite ya 2018.

 

Frank Habineza uyobora Democratic Green Party of Rwanda

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Green Party yasabye ivugururwa ry’a mategeko agenga imitwe ya politike n'amatora

Nyuma yo gusaba ko Itegeko Nshinga ry’u Rwanda ritavugururwa, Ishyaka riharanira Demokarasi no kurengera Ibidukikije,Green Party ryagejeje ku Nteko Ishinga Amategeko ubusabe bwo kuvugurura itegeko rigenga amatora n’irigenga imitwe ya politiki mu Rwanda.

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DGPR Calls for Political and Electoral Reforms from the Rwandan Parliament

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda has today, the 10th of February 2016, submitted its petition to the Rwandan Parliament, calling for revisions in the national election laws and the political parties Act. These political reforms are needed before the 2017 Presidential Elections and the 2018 Parliamentary elections and would enable a level playing field.

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda made the following demands from the Rwandan Parliament:

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End of year message: Democratic Green Party of Rwanda made great strides during 2015.

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda, takes on this moment to thank all party members, supporters, the media fraternity, Government of Rwanda, the International community, the Global Greens Family and the general public for the different support accorded to the party during 2015.

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda consolidated its gains from 2014 and achieved key milestones during 2015. We are hopeful that 2016 will be a year of greater achievements.

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Rwanda Referendum 2015: The Opposition would have won

Rwandans have casted their votes in a national referendum aimed at maintaining the incumbent President to be elected for three more presidential terms. The National Electoral commission has announced victory for that constitutional change.

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda takes note of the referendum results. However, the manner in which the election was held did not guarantee a level playing field, since the cabinet issued a one-week short notice for the referendum to be conducted, this would not be enough time for a meaningful campaign.

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Ishyaka Democratic Green Party of Rwanda rirahamagarira abayoboke baryo ndetse n’abanyarwanda muri rusange kuzatora OYA mu matora ya Referendum

Ishyaka Democratic Green Party of Rwanda rirahamagarira abayoboke baryo ndetse n’abanyarwanda muri rusange kuzatora OYA mu matora ya Referendum azaba kuwa 17-18/12/2015.

Ishyaka Riharanira Demokarasi no Kurengera Ibidukikije mu Rwanda, ntabwo ryabonye umwanya uhagije wo kuzenguruka igihugu rihamagarira abanyarwanda gutora OYA, kubera uburyo Referendum yemejwe igitaraganya, ariko rikaba risaba abayoboke baryo ndetse n'abanyarwanda muri rusange, kuzatora OYA.

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Rwanda Constitutional Referendum No-Change Campaign Not Possible

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda, wishes to inform members of the media and the general public, that its planned constitutional referendum no-change campaign will not be carried out, due to the one-week short notice given for the referendum to be conducted.

The Referendum was confirmed yesterday, 8th December 2015, by the cabinet meeting and will be held next week on Friday, the 18th December 2015.

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