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Archbishop Odama Calls For Non-Violence Ahead of 2021 Elections 1 2

Speaking to Uganda Radio Network in an interview, Archbishop Odama says the police should keep law and order instead of promoting intimidation that creates insecurity and violation.
09:45
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Provisions in Approved Presidential Elections Bill Generate Mixed Reactions Attorney General 5 3 Top story

The Electoral Commission Spokesperson, Jotham Taremwa, says the electoral body cannot state a definitive date for elections until nominations are concluded.
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Bobi Wine to Resume Consultations Next Week Uganda Police Force 6 4 Top story

According to Ssenyonyi, when they wrote to police, the only response they got was through media reports the next day by the Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, saying they hadn’t followed the laid down guidelines.
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Electoral Reforms: Government To Delay Creation of New Districts Nabilatuk 3

Ajuri County MP, Hamson Obua says that much as he agrees with the government on deferring elections in such districts and constituencies, it will create a leadership and administrative vacuum.
07:35
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Uganda Raises Ebola Preparedness As DRC Goes to Polls hoima 1 1

Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng, the Health Minister, says they are not leaving anything to chance because the first responsibility of her ministry to protect Ugandans.
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JEEMA Statement on IPOD Summit Verbatim yoweri museveni

As a matter of fact, all IPOD activities gain consensus within IPOD members and nothing happens out of the blue. On that note, I wish to state that all Member Parties agreed to hold the Summit with the top most leadership of NRM under their Chairman Yoweri Museveni, not as Head of State because some members did not feel comfortable with it based on the out comes of the 2016 Presidential elections.
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Uganda Orders Four Aircrafts For Revived Flag Carrier people 1 Top story

Ephraim Bagenda said Uganda Airlines will be providing the best passenger experience with the bombardier air crafts. He said Uganda is confident bombardier will help Uganda Airlines to flourish.
19:31
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CSOs Demand Update on 2016 Supreme Court Recommendations 1 5

A number of Civil Society Organisations CSOs have demanded a report from the Attorney General on implementation of the recommendations of the Supreme Court in the 2016 presidential election petition.
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Detailed Judgment in Mbabazi vs. Museveni Petition Due Friday amama mbabazi

Chief Justice Bart Katureebe while reading out the courts mini judgment on March 31, promised to read out the full judgment within a period of 90 days. This roadmap implied that the Supreme Court would read out its full judgment by June 30.
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UHRC to Meet President Museveni over Besigye Freedoms 4

Katebalirwe Amooti, a Commissioner at UHRC says that Besigye has also filed a formal complaint before the Uganda Human Rights Tribunal concerning the violation of his rights. He says that on the basis of the developments, the commission will meet the president with a view of resolving the impasse.
11:52
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Luweero Police Blocks 'Free-my-Vote' Campaign Prayers kizza besigye 3 2

The prayers are part of the activities outlined by the FDC in protest of the outcome of the February 18 presidential election and the subsequent home detention of the partys presidential candidate Dr Kizza Besigye who has been under police siege since the declaration of presidential results.
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Uganda Can Avoid Post Election Violence - Diplomat 2016 elections 3 Top story

Kiplagat welcomes the ongoing Supreme Court presidential elections process as one of the avenues towards a peaceful resolution of the conflict arising from the February 18th presidential elections.
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CSOs Back Push For Dialogue Between Museveni, Besigye benon biraro 3 1

Arthur Larok, the Country Director, Action Aid Uganda, says the agenda of the dialogue must be clearly outlined and agreed upon by all parties to avoid the negotiations from flopping like it happened after the 2006 and 2011 elections.
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Presidential Election Petition Pre-trial Starts Today

Todays conference will bring together lawyers representing President Yoweri Museveni, Amama Mbabazi, the Electoral Commission and the Attorney General, a statement issued by the registrar of the court Tom Chemutai indicates.
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Mbabazi, Legal Team Denied Access to Besigye's Home fdc in court

Today, lawyers David Mpanga and Earnest Kalibbala were stopped at a roadblock in Lutete , 3 kilometers from Besigyes home in Kasangati. Police also denied access to FDC President Maj Gen Mugisha Muntu and FDC chairman Wasswa Biriggwa, Amama Mbabazi and Lawyer Yusuf Nsibambi.
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FDC Legal Team Loses Hope in Presidential Election Petition yusuf nsibambi 1 Top story

Yusuf Nsibambi, one of the FDC lawyers, says the ten days within which the Constitution mandates an aggrieved candidate to file a petition in the Constitutional Court will not be enough for FDC to make its case. The party has only four days left to go.
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EC In Last Minute Appeal to Ntoroko Voters james mugenyi 1

James Mugenyi, the Ntoroko district registrar says that he was disappointed by the small number of people who turned up for last weeks presidential and parliamentary elections.
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Invalid Votes Surpass Total Tally of Six Presidential Candidates uganda decides 2016 1

According to the latest provisional results released by the Electoral Commission, 407, 963 invalid votes have so far been recorded, higher than the total of 326, 404 valid votes tallied for the other candidates excluding President Yoweri Museveni and Dr Kizza Besigye.
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Museveni Hits Five Million-vote Mark uganda decides 2016 1 1

Provisional results released by the Electoral Commission indicate that Museveni has garnered 5, 047, 963 votes out of the 8, 200, 802 valid votes cast, representing 61.55 percent in the Thursday February 18 elections.
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FDC Supporters Celebrate Besigye's Victory in Masaka 2 1

The final results from the Thursday presidential elections show that, Besigye defeated his three time rival. Besigye polled 46,549 votes ahead of Musevenis 41,998 votes. Ex prime minister, Amama Mbabazi managed 1153 votes followed by Abed Bwanika with 1484 votes.
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