There is enough democracy in Rwanda—opposition

By IGIHE
On 30 September 2016 at 03:31

Mukabunani Christine, outgoing spokesperson of the National Forum for Political Organization (NFPO) has said that Rwanda has enough democracy, a conclusion she says is based on her experience in leadership from an opposition political party.
She revealed this yesterday as she was leaving office her mandate having expired where she expressed her willingness to share ideas with government despite being a member of an opposition political party.
“Witnessing the growth of democracy in Rwanda (...)

Mukabunani Christine, outgoing spokesperson of the National Forum for Political Organization (NFPO) has said that Rwanda has enough democracy, a conclusion she says is based on her experience in leadership from an opposition political party.

She revealed this yesterday as she was leaving office her mandate having expired where she expressed her willingness to share ideas with government despite being a member of an opposition political party.

“Witnessing the growth of democracy in Rwanda is the first experience I acquired. It is commendable for various political parties to sit and reach consensus despite having distinct opposing ideas,” she said.

“As I chaired meetings with other politicians, it became apparent there is a common interest of building the country. Such democracy excited foreigners visiting us,” she said.

Mukabunani Christine, outgoing spokesperson of the National Forum for Political Organization (NFPO)

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