Rwandan MPs Endorse Plan to Give Kagame More Powers
Lawmakers have endorsed plans to give more powers to the president so he can create and disband public institutions and state-owned companies. MPs who voted for the bill say they were compelled by the "abnormally long procedures" required to establish public institutions.
President Paul Kagame has fired long-serving General Patrick Nyamvumba, who was appointed as minister of internal security in November 2019, "owing to matters of accountability ... Read more »
Valentine Uwamariya has been named the new minister of education, while Gaspard Twagirayezu has been appointed minister of state in charge of primary and secondary education. The ... Read more »
Evode Uwizeyimana, the minister of state in charge of constitutional and legal affairs and Isaac Munyakazi, the minister of state in charge of primary and secondary education, have ... Read more »
President Paul Kagame has said that Rwandans have reached a time where they can take security for granted, adding that it will continue to be the case. The president was speaking ... Read more »
The changes have seen Vincent Biruta appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, replacing Richard Sezibera. Former legislator Ignatienne Nyirarukundo will serve as ... Read more »