Female majority in Rwanda's parliament shifts discourse from ethnicity to gender

09/27/2013 | Voice of America

Women continue to hold a majority of the seats in Rwanda's parliament after recent elections. "The old narrative was ethnicity -- Hutu-Tutsi politics. So the gender discourse can help shift the discourse away from the ethnic," says Christopher Kayumba, a National University of Rwanda lecturer.

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