Juvenal Nkusi served as the first post-Genocide speaker, from 1994 through 1997. Speaking to The New Times' Eugène Kwibuka, he says as he retires there should be new blood in parliament.
Why Longest Serving MP Juvénal Nkusi Will Not Seek Another Term
New Times, 16 July 2018
Juvenal Nkusi, 63, has been a Member of Parliament (MP) since November 25, 1994 when the Transitional National Assembly held its first sitting. In fact, he served as the first… Read more »
MP Juvenal Nkusi speaks to The New Times journalist Eugène Kwibuka during an interview in parliament.
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