Election 2016

South Sudan’s Riek Machar Congratulates Museveni

Dr Riek Machar is appealing to Yoweri Museveni to intervene in his detention in South Africa

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Dr Besigye who was declared runner up in last week’s presidential elections is dissatisfied with the results and intends to challenge them in courts of law.

The constitution of Uganda allows him only 10 days within which he must gather all the evidence required to open up a case against the commission.

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The police are also concerned that the planned procession coincides with the return of students back to school which is usually a busy day in the capital Kampala.

This March, police spokesperson Fred Enanga said, would infringe on the collective rights of the parents and their school going children.

“We therefore urge Dr. Kiiza Besigye to respect the law as well as the rights of the parents, their children and the travelling public,” said Enanga.

“Failure to comply will leave the police no option but to use necessary means to maintain law and order in accordance with the Constitution.”
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Dr Besigye who was declared runner up in last week’s presidential elections is dissatisfied with the results and intends to challenge them in courts of law.

The constitution of Uganda allows him only 10 days within which he must gather all the evidence required to open up a case against the commission.

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Police however, order reveled last night that they were not informed about the match from his Kasangati home to the EC offices as is required of Col Besigye by the Public Order Management Act.

The police are also concerned that the planned procession coincides with the return of students back to school which is usually a busy day in the capital Kampala.

This March, police spokesperson Fred Enanga said, would infringe on the collective rights of the parents and their school going children.

“We therefore urge Dr. Kiiza Besigye to respect the law as well as the rights of the parents, their children and the travelling public,” said Enanga.

“Failure to comply will leave the police no option but to use necessary means to maintain law and order in accordance with the Constitution.”
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Dr Besigye who was declared runner up in last week’s presidential elections is dissatisfied with the results and intends to challenge them in courts of law.

The constitution of Uganda allows him only 10 days within which he must gather all the evidence required to open up a case against the commission.

Besigye while addressing press on Sunday, http://denafilmax.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/walkers/class-product-cat-list-walker.php called upon his supporters to escort him to the Commission offices to collect a copy of the declaration of results form that will form part of this evidence.

Part of his argument is that the results announced last Saturday evening by the Commission Chairman Eng Badru Kiggundu and those submitted at the various polling stations across the country do not match.

Police however, reveled last night that they were not informed about the match from his Kasangati home to the EC offices as is required of Col Besigye by the Public Order Management Act.

The police are also concerned that the planned procession coincides with the return of students back to school which is usually a busy day in the capital Kampala.

This March, police spokesperson Fred Enanga said, would infringe on the collective rights of the parents and their school going children.

“We therefore urge Dr. Kiiza Besigye to respect the law as well as the rights of the parents, their children and the travelling public,” said Enanga.

“Failure to comply will leave the police no option but to use necessary means to maintain law and order in accordance with the Constitution.”
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Dr Besigye who was declared runner up in last week’s presidential elections is dissatisfied with the results and intends to challenge them in courts of law.

The constitution of Uganda allows him only 10 days within which he must gather all the evidence required to open up a case against the commission.

Besigye while addressing press on Sunday, healing http://cidem.ec/components/com_newsfeeds/views/category/tmpl/default_children.php called upon his supporters to escort him to the Commission offices to collect a copy of the declaration of results form that will form part of this evidence.

Part of his argument is that the results announced last Saturday evening by the Commission Chairman Eng Badru Kiggundu and those submitted at the various polling stations across the country do not match.

Police however, medications reveled last night that they were not informed about the match from his Kasangati home to the EC offices as is required of Col Besigye by the Public Order Management Act.

The police are also concerned that the planned procession coincides with the return of students back to school which is usually a busy day in the capital Kampala.

This March, police spokesperson Fred Enanga said, would infringe on the collective rights of the parents and their school going children.

“We therefore urge Dr. Kiiza Besigye to respect the law as well as the rights of the parents, their children and the travelling public,” said Enanga.

“Failure to comply will leave the police no option but to use necessary means to maintain law and order in accordance with the Constitution.”
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Dr Besigye who was declared runner up in last week’s presidential elections is dissatisfied with the results and intends to challenge them in courts of law.

The constitution of Uganda allows him only 10 days within which he must gather all the evidence required to open up a case against the commission.

Besigye while addressing press on Sunday, sale called upon his supporters to escort him to the Commission offices to collect a copy of the declaration of results form that will form part of this evidence.

Part of his argument is that the results announced last Saturday evening by the Commission Chairman Eng Badru Kiggundu and those submitted at the various polling stations across the country do not match.

Police however, reveled last night that they were not informed about the match from his Kasangati home to the EC offices as is required of Col Besigye by the Public Order Management Act.

The police are also concerned that the planned procession coincides with the return of students back to school which is usually a busy day in the capital Kampala.

This March, police spokesperson Fred Enanga said, would infringe on the collective rights of the parents and their school going children.

“We therefore urge Dr. Kiiza Besigye to respect the law as well as the rights of the parents, their children and the travelling public,” said Enanga.

“Failure to comply will leave the police no option but to use necessary means to maintain law and order in accordance with the Constitution.”
Congratulatory messages are still pouring in to president elect Yoweri Museveni after he was announced winner of last week’s elections.

The South Sudanese rebel leader who is now the appointed First Vice President, this http://cellar433.com/wp-admin/includes/import.php Dr. Riek Machar has added his voice to the regional personalities congratulating President Yoweri Museveni upon his victory. The Chairman Independent Electoral Commission, try http://chatterblast.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/shortcodes.php Dr. Badru Kigundu announced Museveni as the winner, garnering 60 percent of the vote. He was followed by longtime rival Dr. Kizza Besigye who got 35.35 percent.

In a statement on Saturday just hours after Museveni was confirmed winner, Machar said the Ugandan leader’s effort in the South Sudan peace process should continue.

“I am writing to congratulate your Excellency on the occasion of your reelection as the President of the Republic of Uganda as declared today February 20th 2016,” part of the congratulatory statement reads.

“I am also writing to urge Your Excellency to play your role in the implementation of the Agreement of the Resolution of the Conflict in the Republic of South Sudan (ARCSS) as a guarantor of the said agreement as well as neighbor with the interest of peace and stability in the region.”

The rebel leader who is expected to return to capital Juba and take his new position in the unity government also said he is looking forward to working with Museveni again.

“I am looking forward to working closely with you as we implement the agreement to restore peace and political stability in the Nile valley.”

“Once again, congratulations for the trust bestowed upon you by the people of Uganda to continue serving your country that has witnessed rapid economic growth and peace in the recent years under your wise leadership.”

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