Rwanda celebrates its yearly Democracy Day every January 28th as a symbol of its remarkable success story since World War I.
This public holiday serves as a medium in promoting equality and fair dealings among its people. Because of the astounding historical background of Rwanda, the nation established a national day of celebration of Democracy. Democracy day is a symbol of the country’s strong foundation. That no matter what storm it may face, Rwanda will always remain Rwanda. In fact, Rwanda is now considered as the first country to be ruled by a female-majority parliament that was held during the partial elections on September 2008.
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