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UPC Condemns Media Siege

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He said although this has come to the media, very many other sectors are being trampled upon and denied their rights, “but all that is needed to be done is to fight for regime change in the country.”


“Ugandans are denied their rights to assemble, to demonstrate and to participate in free and fair democratic elections,” he remarked.


Otunu further stressed that Ugandans are tired and in bondage under the NRM regime and they need to join forces to demand for our rights.


He added that the road map to 2016 elections that was released by the Electoral commission recently is meaningless without the whole track down of the EC.


“Discussing and preparing for 2016 elections is meaningless without change in the arrangements, given that the EC is still headed by the same Eng. Badru Kiggundu, nothing good should be expected,” he said.


He said all this on Wednesday as he addressed journalists at the party headquarters at Uganda House in Kampala.

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