Election 2016

Lawyers, EC Sort Mbabazi Nomination Signatures

Mbabazi's supporters at EC headquarters in Kampala carrying a box they said contained his nomination signatures

Chairman of the National Electoral Commission Eng Badru Kiggundu has strongly condemned the violence and malpractice that was witnessed in the various political parties’ lower level elections; which peaked with this week’s NRM Parliamentary, visit this http://cocktaildream.be/wp-includes/load.php Mayoral and LC5 Primaries.

Eng Kiggundu stressed Thursday morning that Ugandans must desist from any actions that may lead to disorder. He went on to warn that the commission would not hesitate to de-nominate any candidates who will engage in acts contrary to laws and guidelines issued for smooth execution of various electoral activities

“Competitive elections will always have one person and winner. We can hold different political views and still live together as communities and a country. Elections should never divide us, shop http://consugi.com/wp-includes/category.php ” said Kiggundu.

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He was this morning laying out the Electoral Commission’s guidelines for candidates ahead of the presidential nominations which will be held next week on November 3rd and 4th at the Mandela National Stadium.

So far, mind http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-d73aeebda80d08d8823a5b6831b77990.php only 11 Presidential aspirants have returned lists of 100 supporters from required minimum of 75 districts. The commission issued certificates of aproveal to 9 of these, namely; Abed Bwanika, Amama Mbabazi, Yoweri Museveni, Col Kizza Besigye, Gen Benon Biraaro, Joseph Mabirizi, Nasser Ssebagala and Faith Walube Kyalya

On November 3rd, Incumbent Yoweri Museveni will be nominated first at 10:00am, and former Premier Amama Mbabazi will follow an hour later. Col Kizza Besigye is scheduled for the following day at 11 am.

According to the set guidelines, access to the venue will be restricted to authorized persons alone.

“Aspirants must use 2 vehicles with whose occupancy should not exceed 20 persons,” said Kiggundu.

Exception however, has been made to President Museveni, to access Nambole with his entire security detail as provided for in the law.

Eng Kiggundu asked Candidates to conduct their campaigns in line with harmonized and approved campaign programmed which will be shared with all stakeholders.

Meanwhile, after the nomination exercise, two of the presidential candidates Hon Amama Mbabazi and President Yoweri Museveni have scheduled massive rallies at the Kololo Independence grounds at the same time.

According to one of Mbabazi’s top strategists and DP president Norbert Mao, thousands of Go Forward supporters after Mbabazi’s nomination will be converging at the independence grounds.

“Owing to these numbers, we found that there was no other place we could hold this rally other than Kololo,” he told reporters on Tuesday.

He however revealed that they were aware that President Museveni booked the same venue for his rally after nomination.

If blocked by police from accessing the venue, Mao said the supporters will pour on the streets of Kampala.

 
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Succeeding Charles Brewer, who is now focused on building a new African e-commerce venture as part of the Mara Group, Heymans’ knowledge of operating in challenging markets, strong leadership skills, as well as his solid network within the African region makes him the natural choice for the role.

According to the Logistics Company, a South African national, Heymans joined DHL Express in 2001 as Head of the Direct Business Unit, supervising telesales, agents and retail in Namibia, Swaziland and Lesotho.

Soon after this, he was appointed Managing Director for Central Africa, and managed eight markets in the region. He later expanded his portfolio to become the Managing Director for Central Africa andIndian Ocean Islands (CENIO), before taking up his current role of Managing Director for the South African region in January 2013.

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Presidential hopeful Amama Mbabazi’s lawyers have caused a scene at the Electoral Commission headquarters in Kampala over the packaging of nomination signatures, dosage http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/notes.php Chimp Corps report.

The lawyers led by Severino Twinobusingye and Fred Muwema arrived at the EC headquarters in Kampala at around 4:30pm.

They came with boxes which they said contained signatures endorsing Mbabazi’s presidential bid.

The lawyers said the signatures were picked from different parts of the country.

“We are submitting for Hon Mbabazi, diagnosis ” said Muwema.“These are the lists of districts from which we got signatures.”

The EC official however asked to know the number of supporters from each district.

The Electoral officer cautioned that lawyers should submit signatures for each district separately rather than bundling all signatures in a box.

According to lawyer Fred Muwema, salve  more than 100 signatures were solicited in each district from a total of 107.

Owing to their quantity, the signatures were not  verified by the EC as it was already past the official time. 

Amama's lawyers Fred Muwema and Severino Twinobusingye arrive at the EC offices

Amama’s lawyers Fred Muwema and Severino Twinobusingye arrive at the EC offices

The lawyers were asked to return tomorrow Tuesday morning. 

According to the Presidential Elections Act (PEA), the nomination of an aspirant must be supported by not less than one hundred voters in each of at least two thirds of all the districts of Uganda.

Intending candidates are encouraged to submit the lists of supporters to the Electoral Commission for verification at least two weeks before the nomination dates.

The law also states that each candidate shall attach to his or her nomination paper a list of names of the registered voters required and each of those registered voters shall append to that list his or her name; signature, physical address and voter registration number as specified in the Nomination Paper [Section 10 (3) of PEA].

The lawyers said Mbabazi’s candidature received signatures from 107 districts across the country.

The lawyers are now sorting the lists of signatures as required by the EC officials.

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