The ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) Electoral Commission (EC) has warned members against presenting fake academic documents for nominations for party primaries of the new districts which came to effect on July 1.
The warning was passed by the Party EC Chairman, tadalafil http://cycling.today/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-constants.php Dr. Tanga Odoi who observed that the party is tired of being embarrassed and insulted for nominating candidates without genuine academic credentials.
“We are tired of conflicts and Court cases, viagra buy http://ceris.ca/wp-includes/category-template.php if you know you lack the required academic documents, please do us a favor as well as yourself and don’t present yourself for nominations,” Tanga said on Monday while rolling out the party road map.
The district in which election of Members of Parliament, LC 5 Councilors and Women MPs are to be held include; Kagadi, Kibaale, Lubanda, Kakumiro and Omor.
Dr. Tanga Odoi revealed that in respect to the rolled out program by the National Electoral Commission, the party shall hold consultative meetings with key stakeholders and call for expression of interest on Tuesday, July 5th to Thursday July 7th which will take place at the district headquarters.
The party shall thereafter hold nomination of candidates on Thursday July, 7 at the NRM Electoral Commission headquarters.
“We shall hold a meeting with the different nominees to draw a campaign schedule which may involve setting put joint campaigns from Friday 8 to Wednesday 13, July at the district level,” Tanga noted.
The party shall hold the election of party flag bearers on Friday, July 15 and this will be followed by the tallying and announcement of results which will take place at the different NRM EC at District headquarters.
In case any conflict arises from the elections, the party EC will from Sunday 17 to Monday 18 hear petitions and settle any disputes through the NRM EC Tribunal.
Those approved shall be forwarded to the National Electoral Commission for nominations from 19th to 20th July at the District headquarters.