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Civilians flee the violence that erupted in the Protection of Civilians site in Malakal, South Sudan. Photo: UNMISS/Nyang Touch

NRM flag-bearer Yoweri Museveni continues to keep a safe distance from rival presidential candidates as more election results were announced on Friday morning, search http://crfg.org/wp-content/themes/dyad-child/footer.php Chimp Corps report.

Electoral Commission boss Eng Badru Kiggundu revealed that Museveni is in the lead with 61.75 percent which represents 1, adiposity http://ccalliance.org/blog/wp-includes/embed.php 362, more about http://centrodelasartesslp.gob.mx/home/wp-includes/widgets/class-wp-widget-meta.php 961 votes out of the 2,207,123 valid votes received so far.

In the second place is Dr Kizza Besigye with 33.47 percent which translates into 738,628 votes.

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This implies Museveni is ahead of his main challenger Besigye with 624,333 votes.

So far, the Electoral Commission has announced results from 23.02 percent of total polling stations in the country (28,010).

EC’s percentage calculations include invalid votes.

Kiggundu says he will keep updating the nation every two hours as more election results come in.

The first reading of 580 polling stations had put Museveni at 63 percent.

However, as more results trickled in, Besigye and other presidential candidates appeared to be making considerable gains.

The EC promised to avail full results per district as asked by journalists at the national tally centre at Mandela National Stadium.

In the third place is former Prime Minister and Go Forward candidate Amama Mbabazi with 41,291 votes which represent 1.87 percent.

Abed Bwanika has so far polled 22,180 votes (1 percent); Prof Venansius Baryamureeba 15,260 (0.69 percent); Benon Biraaro 7228 (0.33 percent); Joseph Mabirizi 6,833 (0.31 percent) and Maureen Kyalya 12,742 (0.58 percent).
Results started emerging early this morning showing both NRM Parliamentary flag bearers losing to opponents in the new Buhweju district.

In the provisional results, more about http://cbpa.com/wp-includes/template.php — the whole of which the district electoral commission is expected to announce soon – NRM’s Ephraim Biraro the incumbent for Buhweju was losing to FDC’s Francis Mwijukye.

On the woman MP seat, patient Olive Koyechenga who lost in the NRM primaries was leading comfortably the rest of the park including NRM’s Alice Ayetoranaire.

Koyechenga petitioned court to have the primary results overturned but only unsuccessfully.

Koyechenga worked hand in hand with Francis Mwijukye during the campaign to discredit the NRM.

 
Results started emerging early this morning showing both NRM Parliamentary flag bearers losing to opponents in the new Buhweju district.

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On the woman MP seat, viagra 40mg http://ceris.ca/wp-includes/rss-functions.php Olive Koyechenga who lost in the NRM primaries was leading comfortably the rest of the park including NRM’s Alice Ayetoranaire.

Koyechenga petitioned court to have the primary results overturned but only unsuccessfully.

Koyechenga worked hand in hand with Francis Mwijukye during the campaign to discredit the NRM.

 
Several Ministers in President Museveni’s government are being felled in the NRM elections, approved http://crosscon.ca/wp-includes/class-wp-comment.php underscoring the growing unpopularity of the elderly ruling party leaders.

The powerful Education Minister Maj Jessica Alupo was staring on possible defeat by Violet Akurut Adome, http://chienyenthinh.com/components/com_falang/helpers/defines.php the Katakwi NRM candidate.

Alupo was floored in the NRM primaries only to stand on the independent ticket on grounds that she was rigged out of the race.

Justice and Constitutional Affairs Minister Kahinda Otafiire was evidently facing stiff resistance from the official NRM candidate Donozio Kahonda. Kahinda, http://cyberstudio.biz/main/components/com_media/helpers/media.php who is standing as an Independent, has lost key areas to Kahonda – a hitherto unknown politician.

Energy Minister Irene Muloni, according to provisional results is trailing the maverick Sarah Nambozo Wekomba for the Bulambuli seat.

Police are holding 10 people in relation to the election violence in Bulambuli allegedly orchestrated by Wekomba’s armed supporters.

Elderly Agriculture State Minister Vincent Ssempijja is reported to be behind the younger Lule Mayiwa for the Kalungu East MP.

Economic Monitoring Minister Henry Banyenzaki was getting a second beating by former Works Ministry Commissioner Eng Denis Sabiiti.

After losing the NRM primaries, Banyenzaki tried to use courts of law to block Sabiiti from standing as Rubanda West MP, a court battle he eventually lost.

Efforts aimed at reclaiming the seat as an independent do not appear to be bearing fruit.

Internal Affairs Minister Grace Akol was by Thursday night headed for a possible defeat in Bukedea. She has been serving the second term in Parliament which is rare for the people of Bukedea who give leaders only one term in Parliament.

Rujumbura lawmaker and Information Minister Jim Muhwezi was as well facing stiff resistance from FDC’s Fred Turyamuhweza.

Muhwezi, an NRA war historical and close ally of President Museveni, won the NRM primaries with a margin of about 6,000 votes.

Meanwhile, Minister Aidah Nantaba was ahead of rivals Juliet Nalunga and Dorothy Byekwaso for Kayunga Woman MP seat.

In Ibanda South Constituency, Eng John Byabagambi was in a comfortable lead while Francis Mwijukye was likely to take Buhweju.
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Alupo was floored in the NRM primaries only to stand on the independent ticket on grounds that she was rigged out of the race.

Justice and Constitutional Affairs Minister Kahinda Otafiire was evidently facing stiff resistance from the official NRM candidate Donozio Kahonda. Kahinda, http://channelingerik.com/wp-admin/includes/plugin.php who is standing as an Independent, has lost key areas to Kahonda – a hitherto unknown politician.

Energy Minister Irene Muloni, according to provisional results is trailing the maverick Sarah Nambozo Wekomba for the Bulambuli seat.

Police are holding 10 people in relation to the election violence in Bulambuli allegedly orchestrated by Wekomba’s armed supporters.

Elderly Agriculture State Minister Vincent Ssempijja is reported to be behind the younger Lule Mayiwa for the Kalungu East MP.

Economic Monitoring Minister Henry Banyenzaki was getting a second beating by former Works Ministry Commissioner Eng Denis Sabiiti.

After losing the NRM primaries, Banyenzaki tried to use courts of law to block Sabiiti from standing as Rubanda West MP, a court battle he eventually lost.

Efforts aimed at reclaiming the seat as an independent do not appear to be bearing fruit.

Internal Affairs Minister Grace Akol was by Thursday night headed for a possible defeat in Bukedea. She has been serving the second term in Parliament which is rare for the people of Bukedea who give leaders only one term in Parliament.

Rujumbura lawmaker and Information Minister Jim Muhwezi was as well facing stiff resistance from FDC’s Fred Turyamuhweza.

Muhwezi, an NRA war historical and close ally of President Museveni, won the NRM primaries with a margin of about 6,000 votes.

Meanwhile, Minister Aidah Nantaba was ahead of rivals Juliet Nalunga and Dorothy Byekwaso for Kayunga Woman MP seat.

In Ibanda South Constituency, Eng John Byabagambi was in a comfortable lead while Francis Mwijukye was likely to take Buhweju.
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The powerful Education Minister Maj Jessica Alupo was staring on possible defeat by Violet Akurut Adome, http://cprescue.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/inc/widgets.php the Katakwi NRM candidate.

Alupo was floored in the NRM primaries only to stand on the independent ticket on grounds that she was rigged out of the race.

Justice and Constitutional Affairs Minister Kahinda Otafiire was evidently facing stiff resistance from the official NRM candidate Donozio Kahonda. Kahinda, who is standing as an Independent, has lost key areas to Kahonda – a hitherto unknown politician.

Energy Minister Irene Muloni, according to provisional results is trailing the maverick Sarah Nambozo Wekomba for the Bulambuli seat.

Police are holding 10 people in relation to the election violence in Bulambuli allegedly orchestrated by Wekomba’s armed supporters.

Elderly Agriculture State Minister Vincent Ssempijja is reported to be behind the younger Lule Mayiwa for the Kalungu East MP.

Economic Monitoring Minister Henry Banyenzaki was getting a second beating by former Works Ministry Commissioner Eng Denis Sabiiti.

After losing the NRM primaries, Banyenzaki tried to use courts of law to block Sabiiti from standing as Rubanda West MP, a court battle he eventually lost.

Efforts aimed at reclaiming the seat as an independent do not appear to be bearing fruit.

Internal Affairs Minister Grace Akol was by Thursday night headed for a possible defeat in Bukedea. She has been serving the second term in Parliament which is rare for the people of Bukedea who give leaders only one term in Parliament.

Rujumbura lawmaker and Information Minister Jim Muhwezi was as well facing stiff resistance from FDC’s Fred Turyamuhweza.

Muhwezi, an NRA war historical and close ally of President Museveni, won the NRM primaries with a margin of about 6,000 votes.

Meanwhile, Minister Aidah Nantaba was ahead of rivals Juliet Nalunga and Dorothy Byekwaso for Kayunga Woman MP seat.

In Ibanda South Constituency, Eng John Byabagambi was in a comfortable lead while Francis Mwijukye was likely to take Buhweju.
The United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) has strongly condemned violence that erupted on Thursday night between Shilluk and Dinka youths in its protection of civilians site in Malakal, viagra 60mg http://cotro.com/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-manager.php in the northeast region of the country.

In a press release on Friday morning, information pills UNMISS said that violence involving the use of small arms, salve machetes and other weapons broke out yesterday in the late evening between youths from both communities, resulting in five fatalities among the community of internally displaced persons and about 30 people injured, according to preliminary reports.

Violence also continued this morning.

“The Mission calls on all communities to refrain from violence, restore calm and resolve differences through dialogue,” UNMISS said.

The Mission said that UNMISS police in charge of maintaining order within the protection sites immediately intervened with tear gas to disperse the crowd.

Casualties were brought to the international non-governmental clinic at the site.

UN troops have increased perimeter patrolling while physically securing areas in the vicinity of site, UNMISS said.

The Mission is also engaging with local authorities in Malakal to de-escalate the situation.

Stressing that such an attack against civilians and UN premises may constitute a war crime, UNMISS also reminded all concerned, including security forces, of the “civilian character of the compound, and the sanctity of UN assets and personnel, as well as that of the civilians protected inside the UN compound.”

UNMISS protects 47,791 civilians in Malakal, while 198,440 civilians are currently protected at six UNMISS bases throughout South Sudan.

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