Exclusive withdraw change: The Green Democratic Party of Rwanda is still a full member of the CCP.
Today at 13:46
The Permanent Consultative Council of Opposition Parties in Rwanda (CCP)
C/O. B.P. 6334 Kigali, Rwanda, Tel: +250 788563039 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting +250 788563039 end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting +250 788563039 end_of_the_skype_highlighting, +250 728636000, +250 788307145
Kigali, 16th June 2010.
The Green Democratic Party of Rwanda is still a full member of the CCP.
The members of the Permanent Consultative Council of Opposition Parties in Rwanda discussed
the content and the statement by the President of the Green Democratic Party of Rwanda
informing that his political party left the permanent consultative council.
In this respect, the political parties United Democratic Forces (FDU–Inkingi), The Democratic
Green Party of Rwanda, Le Parti Social Imberakuri take this opportunity to inform Rwandans,
friends of Rwanda and the media society that:
- Our political parties continue together the permanent consultative council of the
opposition and renew their commitments to a peaceful solution in Rwanda;
- Our political parties condemn any military or violent solution to the Rwandan crisis. We
reprove the activities of the so-called CDF rebellion and the like, wrongly associated to
the political opposition by the regime;
- Our political parties welcome the decision by The Green Democratic Party of Rwanda to
withdraw the 15th June 2010 press release claiming that the party left the consultative
Ms Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza
Chairperson, United Democratic Forces
Mr. Frank Habineza
Chairman, Democratic Green Party of Rwanda
Me. Bernard Ntaganda
Chairman, Parti Social IMBERAKURI
****Note they are not hooligans like Kagame said! They are just politicians. And Politic is the game. You have to play it, you have to play it with in it or the politic will play you without you! Turikumwe
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