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According to the RDC Kamwenge Elijah Biryabarema, the habit is reported in Rwenjaza along Kamwenge -Ibanda road.
Biryabarema says that he has already received complaints from Chinese Railway Seventh Group over the matter.
Sources say the arrant residents who are not yet known, vandalized road signs to sell them as scraps.
Meanwhile, John Faustine Oese the DPC Kamwenge has vowed to deal with any person found in the act.
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Lawmakers argue that they have received information from reliable sources that government is using the judiciary and other state organs to see that the four legislators lose their seats in the 9th Parliament.
Lawmakers who include among others; Gerald Karuhanga, Kenneth Kiyingi, Beatrice Atim Achwa, Joseph Sewungu and Mariam Namayanja, among others say that the constitutional court violated the rule of law when it ordered the Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, to declare the seats of the expelled MPs vacant.
According to them, article 83 clause (g) states clearly how a Member of Parliament can lose his seat in the August House.
They say that legislators are peoples’ representatives who should be respected because article 1 of the constitution indicates that power belongs to people.
Lawmakers argued that the expelled MPs were advocating for issues which affects that local people and now that they were expelled it’s a clear manifesto that NRM don’t mind about the issues which affects the local people.
They called upon votes in the country not to vote NRM representatives at all levels come 2016 general elections.
Legislators were also shocked by the actions of the chairman of the Electoral Commission, Dr. Eng. Badru Kiggundu who is planning to organise the bye-elections yet the matters are still before court.
While addressing a press conference yesterday Dr. Kiggundu noted that the commission is in process of carrying out the bye-elections for the four constituencies which court declared vacant.
The four MPs were expelled by NRM party for misbehaving and failing to respect the party rules and regulations.