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MPs Concerned About Poor  Expropriation Plan of Gikondo Industrial Park

MPs Concerned About Poor Expropriation Plan of Gikondo Industrial Park

Rwanda Parliament has pinned the Ombudsman following several complaints arising from affected occupants ever since started a plan to shift industrial companies from Gikondo wetland to the special economic zone…

Districts Rebuked Over Lack of Due Diligence in Services

Districts Rebuked Over Lack of Due Diligence in Services

The Parliamentary Building. Parliament Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has commended districts for improving compliance of the Auditor General’s organic but cited major loopholes in community development programs and…

Auditor General: Rwf5.7 bn Unaccounted for in 2020 Compared to Rwf8.6bn in 2019

Auditor General: Rwf5.7 bn Unaccounted for in 2020 Compared to Rwf8.6bn in 2019

Despite failing to account for close to Rwf5.7bn in the 2020 financial year, Government institutions have improved in terms accounting for public funds, registering a 65 percent decline in…

Senate Challenges RLMUA Decision to Repossess Enregistered Land

Senate Challenges RLMUA Decision to Repossess Enregistered Land

Senate has asked the Rwanda Land Management and Use Authority (RLMUA) to embark on mobilizing Rwandans to register their unregistered plots of land as a way of preserving their constitutional…

 Senate Pushes Global Agenda On Genocide Law Ratification 

 Senate Pushes Global Agenda On Genocide Law Ratification 

 The Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and Security has recommended that government uses diplomatic measures to push other countries to enact laws that criminalize acts of genocide denial. The…

Year 2020: How COVID-19 Changed Business at Rwanda Parliament

Year 2020: How COVID-19 Changed Business at Rwanda Parliament

The normal business of plenary sessions, committee meetings at Rwanda parliament starts at 9 AM and close at 6PM. In the meeting rooms, the parliamentarians sit and meet together to…

Rwanda Parliament Approves 5 Air Service Agreements

Rwanda Parliament Approves 5 Air Service Agreements

The Rwanda Parliament on Wednesday approved draft laws approving the ratification of the Bilateral Air Services Agreement (BASAs) between Rwanda and 5 Countries namely Brazil, Democratic Republic of Congo, Namibia…

PAC Tasks Government to Resolve Audit Non-compliance Cases

PAC Tasks Government to Resolve Audit Non-compliance Cases

The Parliament has tasked the government to streamline issues underlying non-compliance to the Office of the Auditor General Reports, after the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) report showed a decline…

Rwanda Senate Recommends Ways of Attaining Unity and Reconciliation 

Rwanda Senate Recommends Ways of Attaining Unity and Reconciliation 

The National Unity and Reconciliation Commission (NURC) has said that there is progress being made in unifying Rwandans but more efforts will have to be put on proper education of…

Rwanda Selected to Host Global Parliamentary Assembly

Rwanda Selected to Host Global Parliamentary Assembly

The Inter-Parliament Union (IPU) Governing Council has confirmed that, Rwanda will host the  next Inter-Parliamentary Union Assembly and related meetings. Formed in 1889, the IPU is a global…

Parliament to Assess How Citizens Are Coping with Covid-19

Parliament to Assess How Citizens Are Coping with Covid-19

Teams of parliamentarians today descended the countryside to spend a full week on an outreach program intended to assess socioeconomic activities and how communities are dealing with the Covid-19…

Senate Releases Report on People Taking the Law Into their Own Hands

Senate Releases Report on People Taking the Law Into their Own Hands

A Senate committee report has showed that the eastern province has the highest number of citizens who take the law in their hands and mostly because of being victims of…