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NEC apprécie le rôle joué par l’IPGL pour les assises de la présidentielle d’août 2017

Le Secrétaire Exécutif de la Commission Electorale Nationale (NEC) Charles Munyaneza loue les efforts de l’Institut Panos Grands Lacs (IPGL) pour les assises de la présidentielle du 04 août 2017.

En direct

Dans le cadre du Projet Infos Grands Lacs qui a débuté en janvier 2015, l'Institut Panos Grands Lacs publie une étude du secteur médiatique au Burundi, au Rwanda et au Sud Kivu

Les dernières productions

  • 06/11/2022

    Rwanda -DRC tensions need peaceful resolutions than war

    In the past weeks tensions between the DRC and Rwanda were on the rise once more, as fighting between the Congolese military and the resurgent Congolese Revolutionary Army (M23) rebels escalated. Kinshasa has accused Kigali of backing the M23 rebels. Kigali denies the allegations.

  • 30/10/2022

    Rwanda’s Auditor General has yet again exposed how mismanagement of government contracts, project delays or abandonment, alongside idle asset cost taxpayers billions last year, dampening hopes of achieving key government goals on time.

    The OAG report trend in financial audit opinions issued over the last three years showed that the percentage of entities that got unqualified financial opinion increased from 55% in 2019 to 57% in 2021.

  • 23/10/2022

    Plea Bargain: Lawyers, activists welcome the move and emphasize on importance of integrity

    Wednesday, October 12 is the day when Rwanda’s justice system started implementing the procedure. During the pilot phase, plea bargaining will be only applied in cases involving assault and theft.

  • 16/10/2022

    Rwanda: Mental health disorder cases up by four-fold 

    Ndera Neuro-Psychiatric Teaching Hospital says it has recorded an increasing number of cases related to depression which has made the illness feature, for the first time, among the top five recorded mental illnesses.

  • 09/10/2022

    Rwanda: Food prices  climbed by 41.20 percent

    Food prices in Rwanda climbed by 41.20 percent over the same month in the previous year in September of 2022, the most since  in 2010

    It is bad news for ordinary citizens  who continue to suffer from rising prices, due to factors including the effects of the Ukraine-Russia war and high shortages of goods that do not meet the market availability, while the economy is recovering from the effects of COVID-19. 19.