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Mr.Charles Lwanga Bbaale No Longer AGF's Treasurer

This is to inform the entire public that Mr.Charles Lwanga Bbaale is no longer the Treasurer of the African Greens Federation.

The decision to relieve him from his duties, was taken by the AGF's Executive Committee on 3rd April 2013 after a four months investigation in the misallocation of funds meant for the Ecological Party of Uganda, which he has accepted to refund in writing.

Anyone who deals with him in the names of AGF, does so, on his or her own risk.

Ms.Fatoumata Bousim

AGF's Executive Secretary.

 

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Honorary Doctorate of Humanities Conferred Upon Dr.Frank Habineza

On 15th March 2013, Dr.Frank Habineza, Founding President of the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda, recieved a Honorary Doctorate of Humanities, from Bethel College, Mishiwaka, Indiana, USA.

The degree was presented in honor of his work in promoting democratic reforms and human rights in Rwanda and across Africa.

Dr.Habineza, is also the President of the African Greens Federation- a coalition of green political parties and political movements across Africa, with headquaters in Ougadougou, Burkina Faso.

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African Greens Federation Recorded Great Success during 2012

The African Greens Federation (AGF) registered a lot of success during 2012. This was a year where most of the African Greens dreams were able to come true.

During 2012, AGF in collaboration with the Global Greens Coordination and other partners were able to hold the Third Global Greens Congress in Dakar, Senegal between March and April 2012. This congress was a turning point for the Greens of the world.

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New Executive Committee :West African Greens Federation

During the Extra-Ordinary West African Greens Congress of 19th -21st October held in Niamey, Niger.

The political parties present, elected a new Executive Committee that will manage the affairs of the regional federation for the next two years.

Those elected are:

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Lancement officielle du Siège Social de la Fédération des Verts d’Afrique

 Après plusieurs années de lutte, les écologistes et verts d’Afrique sont reconnus sous la dénomination « Fédération des Verts d’Afrique » en abrégée FEVA. La structure continentale a désormais son siège implanté à Ouagadougou au Burkina Faso.  Le quartier général de cette union et son bureau exécutif présidé par le Rwandais Frank HABINEZA a été présenté à la presse le 21 juillet. 

 Les faits remontent en avril 2010 à Kampala en Ouganda où s’était tenu le congrès constitutif de la Fédération des Verts d’Afrique (FEVA).

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Call to re-open investigations into death of our Ex-Vice President, Andre Kagwa Rwisereka.

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda, calls upon Rwandan authorities to re-open investigations into the death of its Ex-Vice President, Andre Kagwa Rwisereka, who disappeared on 13th July 2010 and found decapitated the next day.

Today, marks two years, after that gruesome murder and the perpetrators of that crime have not yet been brought to justice.

The National Public Prosecution Authority announced in October 2011, that, they did not have enough evidence to pursue the case and thus decided to file it.

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AGF-FEVA is now officially registered in Burkina Faso.

 

African Greens Federation is now Legally Registered

 

I have a great pleasure to announce the official registration of the African Greens Federation ( AGF)/ La Federation des Verts Africains ( FEVA), which was done  yesterday, the, 29th of June 2012 in, Ouagadougou,  Burkina Faso.

 

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African Greens Second Congress Report

                                                    AFRICAN GREENS FEDERATION

REPORT FOR THE 2nd AFRICAN GREENS CONGRESS

28th -29th March, 2012, Dakar, Senegal

 

The African Greens Second Congress was held between 28th-29th March in Dakar, Senegal at Centre BCEAO. It was hosted by ‘Fédération Démocratique des Ecologistes du Sénégal (FEDES)’ and was done a few days before the third Global Greens Congress.

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Rapport de deuxième Congrès des Verts Africains

                                                      FEDERATION DES VERTS AFRICAINS

REPORT FOR THE 2nd AFRICAN GREENS CONGRESS

28th -29th March, 2012, Dakar, Senegal

Le deuxième congrès des Verts africains avait lieu du 28 au 29 mars à Dakar, au Sénégal au Centre BCEAO.

Hébergé par la Fédération Démocratique des Ecologistes du Sénégal (FEDES), ce congrès avait lieu quelques jours avant le 3ème Congrès des Verts mondiaux.

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Résolution Portant Suspension de Docteur Idris Muslim des activités de la FeVA

Résolution  Portant  Suspension de Docteur Idris Muslim des activités de  la FeVA et  de celles des représentants des ONG Environnementales des instances de la FeVA et des  Fédérations régionales

 

Les membres du Conseil d’Administration de la Fédération des Partis Verts d’Afrique, réunis le 16 avril par conférence téléphonique « Skype » 

 

-         Considérant que les derniers messages de Dr Idris sur le réseau sont porteurs de germes de division de  la FEVA ;

 

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