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13:38
13:38

Election Petition Against Bernard Mujasi Sent Back to Lower Court vincent magombe 2

Mujasis victory had been nullified by High Court Judge Margaret Oumo Oguli following an application filed by his political rival, Vincent Magombe, claiming that the polls were marred with vote rigging, voter intimidation and bribery.
12:14
12:14

NRM to Pay Staff Before Xmas 3 1

Section 14A c of The Political Parties and Organisations Amendment Act, 2010 states that political parties or organisations with representation in parliament will receive funding from public resources according to their numerical strength in the house.
16:26
16:26

Court Upholds Election of Nokrach, Makumbi fdc 4 1

Achan contested for the Northern Uganda PWD MP on the National Resistance Movement party ticket and lost to Nokrach, an independent.
18:06
18:06

Mafabi, Odonga Criticize Muntu Over Shadow Cabinet fdc 1

Odonga Otto says the decision to exclude them from the Shadow cabinet is a show of vengeance against the key supporters of Besigyes loyalists. He wonders why many senior opposition members were left out in favor of newly elected legislators.
15:26
15:26

UGX 2.4 Trillion Spent on 2016 Elections fdc 2

The Go forward pre-campaign expenditure was Shillings 327 million, FDC Shillings 1.5 Billion, DP Shillings 156 Million and UPC Shillings 132 Million. According to the report, the highest expenditure was recorded in January, where Shillings 118 Billion was used by all candidates.
19:14
19:14

Former Presidential Candidates Shun Museveni Swearing-in Ceremony 2016 elections 1

Although Frank Tumwebaze, the Minister for the Presidency says all political parties and former presidential aspirants were sent invitations, the Presidents of Uganda Peoples congress UPC, Democratic Party DP and Justice Forum JEEMA have said that their parties were not invited for the event.
17:19
17:19

Security Deployment to be Maintained Until Swearing In elections 2016 1

Fred Enanga, Police spokesperson, says the officers will stay until all elected leaders are sworn-in in May because some of the election leaders may want to disrupt the swearing in.
11:36
11:36

TDA Withdraws Support From Amuru Woman MP nrm 1 Top story

However, DP President Norbert Mao, says there is no such agreement to front Grace Ouma Akello as claimed by Olara Otunnu, and warned that there is need to exercise caution before fronting another opposition candidate.
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