FDC President Gen Grigory Mugisha Muntu has expressed willingness to discuss with disgruntled party members who in the past few days have been pushing for his impeachment.
Muntu while reacting briefly to a letter sent out to the party headquarters from leaders from West Budama North Constituency, side effects http://codefor.asia/wp-includes/class-wp-network.php said under his leadership every member is free to express their feelings and is entitled to a chance to be hard.
He said however, that he is yet to receive the letter, in which the West Budama members want the FDC Delegates to set in motion the process of Muntu’s impeachment.
“As a party, we are an open; if one wants to impeach me they are allowed to come forward; FDC encourages transparency,” said Muntu.
The angry members, through their constituency Chairman Chairman Bernard Osinde claim Muntu has failed on many fronts and flouted some party rules to favor his reelection later this year.
“He has failed on his constitutional duty of fully constituting the party structures…a case in reference is his failure to appoint the deputies to NEC as per Article 21. It is obvious that he has opted to do so to target votes for his reelection in November,” read part of their letter.
The move comes with only a few months left to the end of Gen Muntu’s five year term as FDC President. The next elections are slated for November 2nd this year.
Asked by our reporter on whether or not he will be running for a second term, Muntu said at a press conference today, that he will make known of his intentions at a later date.