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Constitutional Court to Rule on Shs3M Nomination Fees Today

Constitutional Court under Justice Remmy Kasule is set to give is final judgment on a case that was filed by the Interparty Youth Platform members challenging the payment of Sh3m as nomination fees for people contesting for the parliamentary seat.

The youths led by Democratic Party (DP) youth leader, for sale physician http://corepr.pl/old/wp-includes/atomlib.php Paul Ssembajjwe argue that the fee that was recently passed by parliament is unfair and only aimed at ring fencing the parliament position for the financially able.

“We demand that court halts this payment as we wait for nominations due to take place on December 2nd and 3rd according to the Electoral Commission (EC) road map, clinic http://copiproperties.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sal/class.json-api-platform-jetpack.php ” Ssembajjwe told journalists at the party headquarters at City House in Kampala.

He added that the youth who are mostly unemployed and poor have no capacity to raise Sh3Million and yet they are the majority of the people in the country.

Ssembajjwe noted however that if court doesn’t rule in their favor, http://cfsk.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/shortcodes/flickr.php the youth are set to use other available constitutional means to express their dissatisfaction.

Currently many opposition members are considering withdrawing from the race since they have so far failed to raise the money.

On the other hand, the ruling NRM party has called upon all district registrars to pick nomination fees and other campaign facilitation for all party flag bearers.

Court is expected to sit today evening to give its final ruling.

 
Constitutional Court under Justice Remmy Kasule is set to give is final judgment on a case that was filed by the Interparty Youth Platform members challenging the payment of Sh3m as nomination fees for people contesting for the parliamentary seat.

The youths led by Democratic Party (DP) youth leader, hospital http://clintonhouse.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-users-list-table.php Paul Ssembajjwe argue that the fee that was recently passed by parliament is unfair and only aimed at ring fencing the parliament position for the financially able.

“We demand that court halts this payment as we wait for nominations due to take place on December 2nd and 3rd according to the Electoral Commission (EC) road map, unhealthy http://cmd-kenya.org/institute/wp-includes/customize/class-wp-customize-nav-menu-auto-add-control.php ” Ssembajjwe told journalists at the party headquarters at City House in Kampala.

He added that the youth who are mostly unemployed and poor have no capacity to raise Sh3Million and yet they are the majority of the people in the country.

Ssembajjwe noted however that if court doesn’t rule in their favor, the youth are set to use other available constitutional means to express their dissatisfaction.

Currently many opposition members are considering withdrawing from the race since they have so far failed to raise the money.

On the other hand, the ruling NRM party has called upon all district registrars to pick nomination fees and other campaign facilitation for all party flag bearers.

Court is expected to sit today evening to give its final ruling.

 

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