The NRA was formed under the NRA Act No. 4 of 2019. It was mandated to coordinate, lead and manage the reforms process in the implementation of the resolutions and decisions of Plenary II, within a period of 12 to 18 months.
The NRA has a two (2) layered structure, which includes political and technical structures. The political structure of the NRA is made of 35 members who represent political outfits with 18 representing non-governmental organizations. Also, there are 3 non-voting members who represent Government. NRA has a secretariat, which is headed by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
The Secretariat is supported by experts (Special Advisors) who provide expert advice to thematic areas on implementation of the Reforms. NRA reports to both Houses of Parliament (Review Chamber – Senate and the Lower House – National Assembly). The mandate of the NRA is three-pronged; focusing on legal reform, reform of institutions and also recommendation of mechanism for peace, national unity and reconciliation.
NRA is made of seven thematic areas
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