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17:48
17:48

EC Sets 2021 Election Dates 2021 elections 1 1 Top story

The dates were announced two days after parliament questioned delays by the Electoral Commission to announce nomination dates, even after nominating candidates across the country. One MP after another said the delay in appointing the exact dates for the elections was making it hard for them to plan their campaign activities.
14:39
14:39

EC Needs More UGX16billion for Polls in New Constituencies 2021 Elections 2 2 Top story

Previously, the Electoral Commission had indicated that it will need 796 billion Shillings to conduct the 2021 elections. However, the government was only able to provide 640 billion Shillings. But this was before the coming of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) whose prevention measures require a lot of sanitary facilities.
15:47
15:47

Police to First Clear Campaign Venues - EC 1 Top story

When asked whether the Police will not use this to deny candidate permission to hold campaign meetings, Byabakama said, this will not happen because during the time of elections, the Public Order Management Act which the police uses to regulate meetings, doesn’t apply.
19:44
19:44

Elections Without Campaigns Are a Wrong Choice for Uganda 2021 elections 5

This was the main issue of contentious during a one-day dialogue between the Electoral Commission, the civil society and political players held today. The dialogue was organized by the United Nations Development Program [UNDP] to harmonize deviating views a month since the Electoral Commission released the controversial roadmap.
20:34
20:34

Presidential Aspirant Charles Rwomushana Given Green Light to Consult Voters 2021 elections

EC Chairman Justice Simon Byabakama Mugenyi told Rwomushana that the number of people who should attend his consultation meetings must conform to the Ministry of Health guidelines on gatherings. Through the President, the government banned any meeting exceeding five people, while burials were restricted to 30 people and weddings must be attended by not more than 10 people.
17:45
17:45

Tumukunde Rejects EC Plans of Printing Ballot Papers in Uganda Henry Tumukunde 3

Speaking on Wednesday at his home in Kololo, Tumukunde said printing ballots has potential for leakage and duplication which will compromise the integrity of the 2021 elections.
10:05
10:05

EC Declares NRM's Alupo Unopposed commission 2 3 Top story

In his letter, the Commission Chairperson, Justice Simon Byabakama Mugenyi, said the Commission was disqualifying Achola from the race because the names on her nomination papers do not match with those on her academic papers.
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