Democratic Green Party of Rwanda requests again authorization to hold founding congress
The Founding President of the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda, Mr Frank Habineza, has addressed a letter to the Mayor of Gasabo District on May 18th, requesting permission to hold founding Congress.
18th May, 2010
The Mayor of Gasabo District
RE : Requesting Permission to Hold Founding Congress for Democratic Green Party of Rwanda.
We humbly request you to allow us hold the founding congress of the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda on 4th June 2010.
After several correspondences between the District of Gasabo and National Police, we requested the Ministry of Local Government to intervene in our situation, we held one meeting with them and they showed their interest in our holding a peaceful congress. We informed them of our new strategy to sign party documents in the Public Notary’s Office, without holding a congress but they clarified that a congress was mandatory.
It’s in that regard that we would like to once again request for your permission to hold the Party’s founding Congress on 4th June 2010 at CASABONITA Hall, Kimironko Sector, Gasabo District, Kigali City. We would also like to take on this opportunity to request the presence of the District Public Notary who will witness the signing ceremony.
We recently re-organized our party and nominated new committee members, we don’t have any internal problems. The Police had written to us, assuring its commitment to protect us in case we got the permission from the District, we are hopeful that we shall not have any security problem. Since it’s in Government’s roles and obligations to ensure security for all Rwandans, including ourselves, we are hopeful to have a peaceful and successful congress.
We are looking forward to getting your quick response.
Democratic Green Party of Rwanda
– Minister of Local Government
– Mayor of Kigali City
The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda has already officially announced that their leader Frank Habineza will be the party’s flag-bearer during the upcoming presidential elections.