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  • 09 Jan 2017
  • Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Pages: 350
The judiciary plays a central role in enhancing and protecting women’s rights, as well as the development and enforcement of formal legal responses to discriminatory and criminal activities, including violence against women (VAW). The Judicial Bench...
  • 22 Jan 2014
  • Commonwealth Expert Team
  • Pages: 30
The report of the Commonwealth Observer Mission for Sri Lanka’s Northern Provincial Council Elections, held 21 September 2013. The Mission was led by Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka, Former Vice President of Kenya, and was comprised of 4 eminent persons ...
  • 01 Nov 2010
  • Commonwealth Observer Group
  • Pages: 42
The Report of the Commonwealth Observer Group for the Rwanda Presidential elections. The Group was led by H E Dr Salim Ahmed Salim, former SecretaryGeneral of the Organisation of African Unity and also a former Prime Minister Tanzania, and comprised...
The Rwanda Governance Board (RGB) is the legal authority with responsibility for registering political parties. The RGB was established in 2011, and according to its website, it also has responsibility ‘to promote the principles of good governance...
The 16–18 September 2013 elections were the third parliamentary elections in the history of postgenocide Rwanda after the adoption of the Constitution in 2003. The Expert Team were conscious of the unique history of Rwanda, and the ever-present...
This was the third legislative election conducted in Rwanda since the 2003 Constitution. It represents an important step in the evolving electoral system of the Republic. As Rwanda consolidates its democracy, no doubt further adjustments to its...
Polling stations are determined in accordance with the provisions of Article 31 of the 2010 Electoral Law as amended and the Article 11 of Law No. 37/2013 of 16/06/2013 modifying and complementing law which provides that ‘polling stations and rooms...
The legal framework governing legislative elections in Rwanda consists of various laws including the 2003 Constitution, Law No 37/2013 of 16/06/2013, Modifying and Complementing Law No 27/2010 of 19/06/2010 relating to elections as modified and...
At the invitation of the Chairperson of the National Electoral Commission of Rwanda, Professor Kalisa Mbanda, the Commonwealth Secretary-General, Mr Kamalesh Sharma, constituted an Expert Team for the Rwanda Legislative Elections (Chamber of...
On 9 August 2010 Rwanda held voting for the country’s second Presidential election since the 1994 genocide. Elections were organised across the entire country, comprising Kigali City and the Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western Provinces. Voting...
The 9 August Presidential Elections in Rwanda were conducted in a peaceful atmosphere. During the campaign, candidates enjoyed freedom of movement and assembly and they did not report any incidents. On the day of the election, universal suffrage was...
The election campaign commenced on 20 July 2010 and ended on 8 August 2010, one day before the elections. However, the election environment was influenced by political developments taking place well before the formal campaign.
The area presently occupied by Rwanda has been inhabited since the 1300s. By the 17th century a kingdom was established inhabited by Hutus, Tutsis and Twa. Rwanda first became a German protectorate in 1884, and under the name Ruanda-Urundi, became...
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