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Ishyaka rya Green Party ntirishyigikiye iyubakwa ry’ikigo cy’ubumenyi mu bya Nucléaire mu Rwanda

Ishyaka riharanira Demokarasi no kurengera Ibidukikije mu Rwanda (Democratic Green Party of Rwanda: DGPR), riravuga ko Guverinoma iri kureba ku nyungu gusa ntirebe ingaruka kubaka Ikigo cy’Ubumenyi n’Ikoranabuhanga mu bya Nucléaire, bizateza abanyarwanda.

Ku wa Mbere tariki 15 nibwo Inteko rusange y’Umutwe w’Abadepite mu Nteko Ishinga Amategeko y’u Rwanda, yatoye umushinga w’itegeko ryemera kwemeza burundu amasezerano hagati ya Guverinoma y’u Rwanda n’iy’u Burusiya y’ubufatanye mu kubaka Ikigo cy’Ubumenyi n’Ikoranabuhanga mu bya Nucléaire ku butaka bw’u Rwanda.

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Rwanda Democratic Green Party MPs Voted Against the Construction of the Centre of Nuclear Science and Technology in Rwanda.

On Monday, 15th June, during a plenary session of the Chamber of Deputies-Rwanda Parliament, two Democratic Green Party of Rwanda, MPs, voted against the law approving the ratification of the agreement between Rwanda and Russia on cooperation in the construction of the Centre of Nuclear Science and Technology on the territory of Rwanda, which was signed in Sochi, on 24th October 2019.

Why did Green Party MPs Vote Against the Nuclear Center law:

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Democratic Green Party's new National Executive Committee Members Approved by the Political Bureau, 20th July 2019

Democratic Green Party's new National Executive Committee Members Approved by the Political Bureau, 20th July 2019

During its ordinary seating on 20th July 2019, the Political Bureau elected new Party Commissioners and therefore, confirmed the new National Executive Committee. It’s imperative to note that in addition to the Commissioners the National Executive Committee is also made up of 9 members from the Central Executive Committee who were elected by the Party Congress last year.

Below is the full list of NEC Members.

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Reasons why the Amended Electoral Law was not Voted for by Green Party Reps in Parliament

Parliament Chamber of Deputies has revisited the organic law governing elections to allow the bill to make sense to the current situation four years after the latest review.The law of 2003 revised in 2015, was tabled for approval on July 22. However, it came with the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda raising debate on major changes that will come with the new bill.

The new bill retained that the initiative to call a referendum lies within the ambit of the President of the Republic and a Presidential Order determines the election day of referendum and its purpose.

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Bimwe mubyo Abadepite bahagarariye Green Party batatoye mu mushinga w'Itegeko rigenga Amatora mu Rwanda

N’ubwo Umutwe w’Abadepite w’Inteko Ishinga amategeko ku wa 22 Nyakanga 2019 wemeje Umushinga w’Itegeko rigenga amatora, abadepite bamwe bo muri Green Party banze kuwemeza.

Bamwe mu badepite bo mu Ishyaka ’Democratic Green Party’  basanga Perezida wa Repubulika atari we wenyine ufite ububasha bwo gukoresha Referandumu. Ingingo y’106 y’uyu mushinga w’Itegeko ivuga ko Perezida wa Repubulika ari we ufite ububasha bwo gukoresha Referandumu.

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Opinion: GRANTING Green Party And PS-Imberakuri Gov’t Positions Would Advance Constitutional Rule

On July 20 last week, I was invited to engage members of the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda on the delicate but important subject of electoral reform, the political and electoral systems, and how to strengthen democratic institutions in the country.

Interestingly, during the question and answer session, the recurrent question asked and commented on by members is “why the Green party hasn’t yet been ‘given’ cabinet and other positions in government yet it’s a constitutional requirement”.

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Green Party Seeks Political and Electoral Reforms

On Saturday, 20th July 2019, the Democratic Green Party's political bureau (second highest organ) was in Kigali for a forum on electoral reforms. In exclusive interview, Dr Habineza revealed to The Chronicles’ Protais Mbarushimana his latest project: engaging directly with President Paul Kagame as Head of State and Chairman of the dominant ruling Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF) party.

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The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda Executive Committee is convened here, why?

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Ishyaka DGPR rirasaba impinduka mu mategeko n’amabwiriza bigenga amatora

Mu nama y’abahagarariye Ishyaka Riharanira Demokarasi no Kurengera Ibidukikije mu Rwanda (Democratic Green Party of Rwanda, DGPR) ku nzego zitandukanye (abagize Biro Politiki), abayitabiriye bahurije ku bikwiye kunozwa kugirango ibiva mu matora mu Rwanda birusheho kwizerwa.

Abarwanashyaka ba DGPR basaba ko mu mategeko agenga amatora y’inzego z’ibanze hari ibikwiye gusubirwamo bigasobanuka niba abantu biyamamaza ku giti cyabo cyangwa bahagarariye amashyaka.

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Ishyaka Green Party rinyotewe no kugira Minisitiri muri Guverinoma yu Rwanda

Umuyobozi mukuru w’Ishyaka Riharanira Demokarasi no kurengera Ibidukikije mu Rwanda ( The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda), ryemewe mu gihugu ariko rikaba ritavuga rumwe na Leta y’u Rwanda kuri gahunda zimwe na zimwe, Dr Habineza Frank avuga ko hamwe n’abarwanashyaka be bafite inyota yo kwinjira muri Guverinoma bakagiramo ababahagarariye .

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End of year message: Democratic Green Party of Rwanda Experience in Parliament

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda started 2018 with serious preparations for the Parliamentary elections that took place in September. Pre-campaign activities included several district level party congresses where members nominated two parliamentary candidates both female and male from each of the 30 districts in the country.

 A national congress was later held in June and a confirmed list of parliamentary candidates was approved as well as the party’s manifesto for the elections.

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