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We Need to Move Away from Politics of Survival- Muntu

11 Apr 2021 · Muntu made the comment during the ANT post-election review in Soroti on Saturday while meeting candidates who participated in the 2021 general elections from Teso sub region. He noted that whereas elections are supposed to open gates for the fresh breed of leaders with development ideas, some of the politicians only join the arena to make ends meet.

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We Need to Move Away from Politics of Survival- Muntu Soroti district 3 1 Top story

Muntu made the comment during the ANT post-election review in Soroti on Saturday while meeting candidates who participated in the 2021 general elections from Teso sub region. He noted that whereas elections are supposed to open gates for the fresh breed of leaders with development ideas, some of the politicians only join the arena to make ends meet.
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Kyotera Missing Persons Return Home 2 1

Partick Kintu Kisekulo, the chairperson for Kyotera district says the victims were last night dropped in different trading centers by people driving in security vehicles commonly known as Toyota drones.
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Voter Seeks to Overturn Victory of Ssekandi’s Rival Richard Ssebamala 2 Top story

Bazzanya, who identifies himself as a builder and businessman, contends that Ssebamala was not validly elected. He argues that the MP-elect through his agents with his full knowledge and consent committed several illegalities and electoral offences during campaigns contrary to the laws governing Parliamentary Election.
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50 MPs Who Won Races with Razor-Thin Margins

The majority of these independent candidates who ended up winning the races albeit with small margins, contested in NRM primaries but chose to contest as independents after being defeated from within the party. A number of those who lost have now run to court to try and nullify the outcome.
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How Opposition Used Disunity to 'Award' 20 MP Seats to NRM Joel Ssekiyivu

“We shall have 109 members of parliament on the opposition side in the 11th parliament, if we had worked together probably we would be 150," said Ssemujju, who is running for speaker and still hopes to win with such a House composition. "But in politics we never learn lessons because that has been the case for all the previous elections.”
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Opposition Activists Challenge MPs on Stringent Law Against Vote Rigging 4

Led by Joseph Kasirye, the National Unity Platform registrar for Masaka City, the activists who include members of two other opposition parties; the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC and Democratic Party-DP, argue that the current electoral laws are still weak to stop vote-rigging.
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NRM Losers in Masaka Decry Political Persecution 3

The candidates argue that ever since the elections were concluded some of them have not yet fully recovered from the political tensions and pain.