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Besigye Insists on Civil Disobedience as TDA Discuss 2016 Strategy

TDA members at the press conference on Tuesday in Kampala (Photo: Nixon Segawa/CR)

A Member of the US House of Representatives has said that Uganda needs to have a car assembly plant.

“I know many wonderful construction firms in the US. But I also want to see a General Motors car assembly plant here, sick http://cgdt.org.br/plugins/system/jat3/base-themes/default/page/default.php ” Senator Tim Walberg a Member of the US Congress said.

The Congress man who  paid a courtesy call to the Speaker of the Parliament of Uganda, viagra approved Rt. Hon. Rebecca Kadaga at Parliament on Tuesday reaffirmed the need for American companies to join Uganda’s booming construction sector.

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According to Walberg, erectile building a car assembly plant in Uganda will create more jobs and offset the current problem of unemployment.

The African development Bank recently disclosed that youth unemployment in Uganda is the highest in Africa at 83% yet, it is estimated that more than 40,000 young people graduate from Ugandan universities each year.

With the recent unveiling of a prototype of an electric Vehicle known as the Kiira EV by a group of students of Makerere University and their professor, a car assembling plant will not only provide employment for the youth but also expand the minds of the young generation.
A Member of the US House of Representatives has said that Uganda needs to have a car assembly plant.

“I know many wonderful construction firms in the US, more about http://cocktaildream.be/wp-admin/includes/translation-install.php but i also want to see a General Motors car assembly plant here, visit web http://davepallone.com/wp-includes/cron.php ” Senator Tim Walberg a Member of the US Congress said.

The Congress man who  paid a courtesy call to the Speaker of the Parliament of Uganda, Rt. Hon. Rebecca Kadaga at Parliament on Tuesday reaffirmed the need for American companies to join Uganda’s booming construction sector.

According to Walberg, building a car assembly plant in Uganda will create more jobs and offset the current problem of unemployment.

The African development Bank recently disclosed that youth unemployment in Uganda is the highest in Africa at 83% yet, it is estimated that more than 40,000 young people graduate from Ugandan universities each year.

With the recent unveiling of a prototype of an electric Vehicle known as the Kiira EV by a group of students of Makerere University and their professor, a car assembling plant will not only provide employment for the youth but also expand the minds of the young generation.
Opposition Democratic Alliance (TDA) has assured Ugandans the coalition will be able to reveal its joint flag-bearer by September 14 despite what is seen as a delay in decision making ahead of the 2016 elections.

There was considerable concern that the alliance might fail to catch up with the Electoral Commission roadmap which requires all presidential candidates to return their nomination forms by September 21.

However, website http://consumermedsafety.org/components/com_k2/templates/default/category_item_links.php TDA Acting Chairman and FDC National Chairman, Amb. Waswa Biriggwa told journalists at the TDA secretariat in Naguru that the flag-bearer would be unveiled in time.

He reiterated the need to harmonise different positions from several groups to reach a common position on key issues ahead of the national campaigns.

Today’s summit lasted over 7 hours.

2016 Plan 

It is reported that members discussed extensively the strategy to be adopted to remove President Museveni from power.

Some members reportedly advocated for the holding of civil disobedience campaigns to pressure government to adopt electoral reforms.

Government recently adopted several electoral reforms but civil and political activists say the most important ones were ignored.

Members who attended the meeting include Dr Kizza Besigye, Biriggwa, UPC’s Olara Otunnu, ex MP Okello Okello, FDC President Mugisha Muntu among others.

Biriggwa told journalists that FDC National Executive Committee (NEC) members on Monday took a decision to participate in the 2016 polls irrespective of prevailing circumstances despite the party flag bearer, Dr Besigye maintaining his call to push for electoral reforms before elections take place.

Besigye has on several occasions been quoted assuring the public that there was no need to participate in the 2016 elections if the electoral reforms were not in place.

On accommodating presidential aspirant, Amama Mbabazi, Biriggwa observed that TDA shall go on with its laid down road map whether the former premier joins or not.

“We must all understand that during Mbabazi’s first visit to the alliance, he raised several concerns and we requested him to put his claims in writing so that we can find a way of harmoniously reaching a decision,” said Biriggwa.

“We haven’t received any submission from him but we are ready to deal with them once brought to our attention; this is may be because he is still very busy with consultative meetings.”

All aspiring TDA joint presidential candidates are expected to return their nomination forms by September 10.

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