How Otunnu Survived Impeachment

order http://cornerstone-edge.com/wp-admin/includes/ms-admin-filters.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 115%;”>Eight MPs from the UPC led by Lira Municipality MP, approved http://contraboli.ro/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-site-user-endpoint.php James Akena dragged Otunnu to court on May, http://cheesejaguar.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/number.php 24, 2012 over alleged failure to call a special delegates conference to sort out unrest in the party.

The MPs wanted court to compel Otunnu to call the delegates conference as agreed upon in a resolution by party members. The suit was filed through Ayena Odongo and Company Advocates.

At the time, members had hatched a plot to use the delegates’ conference to remove Otunnu from office.

But the judge rejected all grounds presented by Otunnu’s adversaries.

However, the Party spokesperson, Okello Lucima said the best way to approach all the grievances is by presenting the controversial issues to be defined where to be solved from.

Lucima said the party has got different institutions that handle different aspects among which are the National Executive Committee, Delegates Committee and the Central Executive Committee.

He condemned the manner of just members calling for a delegates committee without having stipulated the exact problem and issues to handle.

“This is just meant to tear down the party leadership and cause it to abandon the priority agenda of ensuring genuine multiparty democracy which will enhance regime change in the country,” he added.

The MPs were James Akena (Lira Municipality),Crispus Ayena Odongo (Oyam North), Benson Obua Ogwal (Moroto County), Fred Ebil (Kole County), Lucy Ajok (Apac Woman), Ruth Achieng (Kole Woman), Santa Alum (Oyam Woman), and Betty Amongi (Apac Woman).


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