The current parliament was officially sworn in in 2013 and is set to be dissolved on August 9, to pave way for the election of members which will take place between September 2-4. Article 79 of the Constitution stipulates that the President of the Republic shall dissolve the Chamber of Deputies at least 30 days and not more than 60 days before the expiry of its current members' term of office.
Parliament To Be Dissolved on Thursday
New Times, 8 August 2018
The lower house is scheduled to be dissolved Thursday as Rwandans prepare to hold elections for new Members of Parliament. Read more »
Lawmakers follow proceedings in Parliament during the debate (file photo).
What You Need to Know About September Parliamentary Polls
Next month Rwandans will go to the polls to vote for people who will represent them in parliament after the National Electoral Commission (NEC) Monday released a list of 521… Read more »
The Evolution of Rwandan Parliament Through the Eyes of Longest Serving MPs
New Times, 15 May 2018
Rwandans will return to polls on September 2-3 to pick their representatives in the fourth parliament following the promulgation of the 2003 constitution. Read more »
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