The 2003 Rwandan constitution provides for a minimum 30 per cent quota for women in all decision-making organs, covering the bi-cameral Parliament, political parties, and other government bodies. 24 of 80 seats in the lower house of Parliament, the Chamber of Deputies, are reserved for women. These 24 seats are elected by a special electoral college, composed of voters from local women’s councils and district councils. Twenty-four seats reserved for women
The 2003 Rwandan constitution provides for a minimum 30 per cent quota for women in all decision-making organs, covering the bi-cameral Parliament, political parties, and other government bodies. 24 of 80 seats in the lower house of Parliament, the Chamber of Deputies, are reserved for women. These 24 seats are elected by a special electoral college, composed of voters from local women’s councils and district councils.
Twenty-four seats reserved for women
The 2013 Rwandan Parliamentary elections ushered in a record-breaking 64 per cent of seats won by women candidates
The 2013 Rwandan Parliamentary elections ushered in a record-breaking 64 per cent of seats won by women candidates
The 2003 Rwandan constitution provides for a minimum 30 per cent quota for women in all decision-making organs, covering the bi-cameral Parliament, political parties, and other government bodies. 24 of 80 seats in the lower house of Parliament, the Chamber of Deputies, are reserved for women. These 24 seats are elected by a special electoral college, composed of voters from local women’s councils and district councils. Twenty-four seats reserved for women
The 2003 Rwandan constitution provides for a minimum 30 per cent quota for women in all decision-making organs, covering the bi-cameral Parliament, political parties, and other government bodies. 24 of 80 seats in the lower house of Parliament, the Chamber of Deputies, are reserved for women. These 24 seats are elected by a special electoral college, composed of voters from local women’s councils and district councils.
Twenty-four seats reserved for women

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The 2003 Rwandan constitution provides for a minimum 30 per cent quota for women in all decision-making organs, covering the bi-cameral Parliament, political parties, and other government bodies. 24 of 80 seats in the lower house of Parliament, the Chamber of Deputies, are reserved for women. These 24 seats are elected by a special electoral college, composed of voters from local women’s councils and district councils. Twenty-four seats reserved for women
The 2003 Rwandan constitution provides for a minimum 30 per cent quota for women in all decision-making organs, covering the bi-cameral Parliament, political parties, and other government bodies. 24 of 80 seats in the lower house of Parliament, the Chamber of Deputies, are reserved for women. These 24 seats are elected by a special electoral college, composed of voters from local women’s councils and district councils.
Twenty-four seats reserved for women

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The 2003 Rwandan constitution provides for a minimum 30 per cent quota for women in all decision-making organs, covering the bi-cameral Parliament, political parties, and other government bodies. 24 of 80 seats in the lower house of Parliament, the Chamber of Deputies, are reserved for women. These 24 seats are elected by a special electoral college, composed of voters from local women’s councils and district councils. Twenty-four seats reserved for women
The 2003 Rwandan constitution provides for a minimum 30 per cent quota for women in all decision-making organs, covering the bi-cameral Parliament, political parties, and other government bodies. 24 of 80 seats in the lower house of Parliament, the Chamber of Deputies, are reserved for women. These 24 seats are elected by a special electoral college, composed of voters from local women’s councils and district councils.
Twenty-four seats reserved for women

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