Govt realised 85 percent of previous Umushyikirano resolutions

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Rwanda’s Prime Anastase Murekezi at the 13th National Dialogue-Umushikirano

Rwanda’s Prime Anastase Murekezi at the 13th National Dialogue-Umushikirano

Rwanda’s Prime Minister Anastase Murekezi has said that 85 percent of the resolutions from the 12th national Dialogue Council- Umushyikirano held 2014 were implemented projecting a positive outlook.

The Prime Minster who was addressing the 13th National Dialogue council- Umushyikirano 2015 at Camp Kigali convention center on Monday said that 17 projects out of 20 resolutions which represents 85percent were implemented.

“With exception of some few activities, a larger percentage of the resolutions were well implemented,” Murekezi said.

He added, “Such a performance was a result of collaborative efforts among government institutions, the private sector, civil society and all Rwandans in their respective capacities.”

Accordingly, the 17 projects were implemented above 80 percent while two were partially implemented between 50 and 80 percent with one implemented below 50 percent which the Prime Minister said some projects required huge budget.

“The Institutions with resolutions that were partially implemented committed to reach full implementation by end of the financial year 2015/2016,” he noted

The Annual dialogue Council enshrined in the constitution a platform that brings together Rwandans and friends of Rwanda to discuss of development and hold leaders accountable and is chaired by the President.

This year’s dialogue was held under the theme, ‘theme ‘Rwandans’ choices- foundation of national Development and Dignity.

Murekezi noted that some of the projects that were well implemented included financial inclusion, construction of laboratories in schools, ensure professionalism as well as ensuring customer care in public institutions.

Others were the establishment of the governance month and sensitizing Rwandans to protect the achievements the country has realIsed through civil education programs such as Ndi Umunyarwanda (I am a Rwandan) program.

 

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