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The environment is okay. The building has a few bullet holes, i was told it won't be renovated reason being "they want to preserve their past" it's like a historic site i would say. I attended one of the parliamentary session, the language which they...More
Okay, a bit of history... There are bullet holes in the side of the Parliament. The government chose to leave them as a testimony of what happened in the 1994 genocide. It is a reminder of what was and how far the Rwandans have come.
I drove past the Parliament enough times. There was nothing to write home about the parliament in my opinion, save for the few bullet holes on one side of the building. It also didn't occur to me that it is open to the public, so...More
I have been there for meetings and special events, but I really wish it was open to the public and special tours. It is a location that has special part in the recent history of Rwanda and serves as a reminder of how institutions stand...More