As the country nears this year’s parliamentary elections scheduled to take place early September, political parties concisely vow to embark on fostering programs that diversify development.
People’s Social Development party (PSD) says that when entrusted with constituency representation, it will vitalize agricultural development among other developments set on its agenda.
On the other side, the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda (DGPR) wants to see the full inclusion and participation of all citizens in the country’s developmental work.
The ruling party, Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF), notes that it will continue the path that leads to the transformation of the country’s development.
RPF says will devise new instruments that can speed up the transformation of the country’s developments.
Elections will commence from September 2 among the diaspora to 4 in the country when different opposition parties seek a vote to representation under the RPF government.
The National Electoral commission (NEC) considered 521 nominations of the 539 it had received from different political parties and independent candidates.
The nominees expect to be in the lower chamber of parliament is among 80 members, of whom 53 will be voted from the political parties or independents. Among the 53, up to 24 will be women elected through the National Women Council structures, youths expect 2 members, and 1 representing the people living with disabilities.
Rwanda Social Party (PSR) likes to continue complementing the government in place in achieving set transformational development.
PDI, another political party that will contest the parliamentary elections, has trust in the leading RPF party manifesto and vows to commence its developments on the agenda.
Parties are campaigns and mobilizing support to have a chance in the Rwandan parliament until September 1 when that phase paves for the exact elections.