EC's Kiggundu Blasts Opposition


purchase geneva;”> While addressing the media at the Electoral Commission headquarters in Kampala, Kiggundu noted that members of the opposition are free to express their own views towards him.

“An opinion is the cheapest commodity and therefore the opposition members are free to hold any opinion,” advised Kiggundu.

This follows the recent demands by the opposition political parties demanding for the resignation of the electoral commission chairman labeling him incompetent.

While speaking to journalists at the party headquarters in Kampala, Democratic Party president Norbert Mao noted that his party does not have trust in the current electoral commission to hold free and fair elections in the country.

Forum for Democratic Change publicity committee member Francis Mwijukye noted that the Electoral Commission chairman is not independent and stressed that the commission is under the influence of the president.

FDC party president Mugisha Muntu added that the party will pressurize government to disband the current electoral commission before the 2016 elections.


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