International Court of Justice (ICJ) Judge, buy http://ctabuenosaires.org.ar/wp-includes/class-smtp.php Justice Julia Sebutinde has called upon the judiciary in the county to quickly resolve all election related cases that are piling on their tables, purchase http://daa.asn.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/i18n/countries.php following the dissatisfaction of some contestants.
Sebutinde observed that the recently concluded Presidential and Parliamentary polls left a lot of questions among Ugandans which must be satisfactorily answered by judges in the courts of law.
This was during the release of the preliminary report by the Women’s Situation Room Uganda regarding the presidential and parliamentary elections held on February 18.
“It’s understandable that the judiciary will have a lot of cases to handle and they are under-staffed but we appeal to all judges to exercise high level of maturity, http://collegenotester.com/plugins/embedvanilla/views/settings.php strength and courage to do the right thing and offer genuine judgment,” Sebutinde noted.
She called upon all disgruntled candidates and members of the public to exhaust all domestic legal avenues to have their election cases resolved other than resorting to violence.
“There is no justification for violence whatsoever; we trust courts shall resolve all the issues. We as well appeal to government to do everything possible and allow space to all members of the public to file their cases in courts of law without restricting their freedoms of movement, assembly and association.”
According to the Women’s Situation Room (WSR) report from 1,415 calls received from 15 districts in which observers were stationed, several cases of violence and threats to violence were reported.
“Incident reports received were mainly related to voter bribery, delays in voting, missing polling stations, missing voting materials, missing names on the voter register, allegations of pre-ticked ballots, unsealed voting materials, intimidation from security organs, intimidation among opposing supporters of political parties, as well as clashes between police and supporters in various parts of the country,” said Prof. Joy Constance Kwesiga Founder Member of Action for Development.
Police have once again picked up FDC’s unsuccessful presidential candidate Col Dr Kizza Besigye from his Kasangati home.
Besigye Chimpreports understands, approved http://cfsk.org/wp-admin/includes/media.php was trying to drive out of his home Tuesday morning only to meet police barriers outside, information pills across the road that leads to his house.
He got out of his vehicle as policemen surrounded him and led him a waiting police van which drove him off to an undisclosed destination.
Besigye spent the whole of yesterday at Naggalama police station where he was kept from matching to the Electoral Commission offices on Jinja Road, website purportedly to collect evidence for the case he is building up to contest last week’s election results.
Today’s detention brings to five the number of times the opposition strongman has been arrested in the past one week.