Rwanda's Cabinet - 'A Shining Example For Other African Govts'

About 15 years ago, Rwanda was ranked 37 globally for the number of seats held by women in parliament but today, at over 60%, Rwanda has the highest percentage of women in parliament in the world. With the entry and re-appointment of other youthful men and women, the average age of the new cabinet has fallen to 47.5 years, writes Athan Tashobya for The New Times.

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The women in Paul Kagame's new Cabinet.

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