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The opposition are fine-tuning plans for serious action on the streets of Kampala to arm-twist government over the reforms in the Constitutional Amendment Bill 2015 which they believe the State has hijacked from the populace.

According to reliable sources who spoke to this investigative website, mind http://cehurd.org/wp-admin/includes/network.php the Opposition has internally concluded that the ruling National Resistance Movement, stomach is unlikely to relent while fighting against the new reforms in the country’s electoral laws.

Sources say they have now given up on channeling the reforms through sole remaining gap, http://continentalagra.com/wp-admin/includes/ms-admin-filters.php which is the Committee of Legal and Parliamentary Affairs that is currently scrutinizing the bill and meeting different stakeholders.

They now want to dillydally and wait for the best time which is not long to launch their actions that will be very difficult for government to contain.

The NRM recently fronted all its top guns to face the opposition in the Committee that is handling the contentious bill. The Government Chief Whip, Ruth Nankabirwa named the Secretary General, Justine Kasule Lumumba, Treasurer Rose Namayanja Nsereko among others to the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee.

The Secret Opposition Plans

The opposition has designed two strategies to face the government and put their important points across.

The first plan is to wait for the Parliament to resume and move numerous motions to move several private members bills on the electoral reforms which will not only be presented oas the aspirations of the opposition but for the whole country from the local grass root Ugandans to the urban population.

“There are plans by the opposition to introduce numerous private members bill to counter the already tabled government`s proposals in the Constitutional reforms. They knew they wouldn’t make it thought the Committee,” an intelligence source told us.

A deep dig into the now labeled Secret plans of the opposition by this reporter, indicates that a maximum of five Private Members Bill were concluded on Friday last night and only wait to be  apportioned to specific members.

One of the Opposition`s ‘strategic point of operation” has been Rivonia Suites Hotel Mbuya just about 600 meters from the ministry of Defense headquarters.

All plans according to intelligence sources were hatched and developed from the same hotel among other points not named.

Aware that NRM still has significant numbers on the floor of Parliament than them, the opposition has crafted careful tactics to win over.

The second plan is the Walk-to-Work style mass demonstration across the country to tell the public how the executive has decided to construe everyone in the nation and only decided to come out with their own proposals in the Constitutional Amendment Bill 2015.

Antigovernment messages mainly on corruption shall also be communicated during the rallies to the public. Posters pinning government officials including President Yoweri Museveni, former Prime Minister, Amama Mbabazi and other government officials against their purported “looted” government funds are already printed in thousands according to the same sources.

The opposition is determined to make sure the current Electoral Commission which they believe is partisan, is disbanded and the entire electoral processes changed.

The proposals by the government to change the name, appointment of Commission members and the formation of a tribunal are insignificant to the opposition and they are not ready to buy the idea.

On Tuesday, the FDC founder leader, Dr. Kiza Besigye and other opposition leaders were blocked from accessing town and to Parliament where he was supposed to be part of the team expected by the Committee of Legal and Parliamentary Affairs.

The FDC Women`s League leader, Ingrid Turinawe was reportedly arrested from the gate of Parliament.
The opposition are fine-tuning plans for serious action on the streets of Kampala to arm-twist government over the reforms in the Constitutional Amendment Bill 2015 which they believe the State has hijacked from the populace.

According to reliable sources who spoke to this investigative website, this http://cms.prometeusz.info/components/com_k2/templates/profile.php the Opposition has internally concluded that the ruling National Resistance Movement, buy is unlikely to relent while fighting against the new reforms in the country’s electoral laws.

Sources say they have now given up on channeling the reforms through sole remaining gap, which is the Committee of Legal and Parliamentary Affairs that is currently scrutinizing the bill and meeting different stakeholders.

They now want to dillydally and wait for the best time to launch their actions that will be very difficult for government to contain.

The NRM recently fronted all its top guns to face the opposition in the Committee that is handling the contentious bill. The Government Chief Whip, Ruth Nankabirwa named the Secretary General, Justine Kasule Lumumba, Treasurer Rose Namayanja Nsereko among others to the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee.

The Secret Opposition Plans

The opposition has designed two strategies to face the government and put their important points across.

The first plan is to wait for the Parliament to resume and move numerous motions to move several private members bills on the electoral reforms which will not only be presented as the aspirations of the opposition but for the whole country from the local grass root Ugandans to the urban population.

“There are plans by the opposition to introduce numerous private members bill to counter the already tabled government`s proposals in the Constitutional reforms. They knew they wouldn’t make it thought the Committee,” an intelligence source told us.

A deep dig into the now labeled Secret plans of the opposition by this reporter, indicates that a minimum of five Private Members Bill were concluded on Friday last night and only wait to be  apportioned to specific members.

One of the Opposition`s ‘strategic point of operation” has been Rivonia Suites Hotel in Mbuya just about 600 meters from the Ministry of Defense headquarters.

All plans according to intelligence sources were hatched and developed from the same hotel among other points not named.

Aware that NRM still has significant numbers on the floor of Parliament than them, the opposition has crafted careful tactics to win over.

The second plan is the Walk-to-Work style mass demonstration across the country to tell the public how the executive has decided to construe everyone in the nation and only decided to come out with their own proposals in the Constitutional Amendment Bill 2015.

Antigovernment messages mainly on corruption shall also be communicated during the rallies to the public. Posters pinning government officials including President Yoweri Museveni, former Prime Minister, Amama Mbabazi and other government officials against their purported “looted” government funds are already printed in thousands according to the same sources.

The opposition is determined to make sure the current Electoral Commission which they believe is partisan, is disbanded and the entire electoral processes changed.

The proposals by the government to change the name, appointment of Commission members and the formation of a tribunal are insignificant to the opposition and they are not ready to buy the idea.

On Tuesday, the FDC founder leader, Dr. Kiza Besigye and other opposition leaders were blocked from accessing town and to Parliament where he was supposed to be part of the team expected by the Committee of Legal and Parliamentary Affairs.

The FDC Women`s League leader, Ingrid Turinawe was reportedly arrested from the gate of Parliament.
The opposition are fine-tuning plans for serious action on the streets of Kampala to arm-twist government over the reforms in the Constitutional Amendment Bill 2015 which they believe the State has hijacked from the populace.

According to reliable sources who spoke to this investigative website, this http://comerydivertirse.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-list-post-types-endpoint.php the Opposition has internally concluded that the ruling National Resistance Movement, is unlikely to relent while fighting against the new reforms in the country’s electoral laws.

Sources say they have now given up on channeling the reforms through sole remaining gap, which is the Committee of Legal and Parliamentary Affairs that is currently scrutinizing the bill and meeting different stakeholders.

They now want to dillydally and wait for the best time to launch their actions that will be very difficult for government to contain.

The NRM recently fronted all its top guns to face the opposition in the Committee that is handling the contentious bill. The Government Chief Whip, Ruth Nankabirwa named the Secretary General, Justine Kasule Lumumba, Treasurer Rose Namayanja Nsereko among others to the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee.

The Secret Opposition Plans

The opposition has designed two strategies to face the government and put their important points across.

The first plan is to wait for the Parliament to resume and move numerous motions to move several private members bills on the electoral reforms which will not only be presented as the aspirations of the opposition but for the whole country from the local grass root Ugandans to the urban population.

“There are plans by the opposition to introduce numerous private members bill to counter the already tabled government`s proposals in the Constitutional reforms. They knew they wouldn’t make it thought the Committee,” an intelligence source told us.

A deep dig into the now labeled Secret plans of the opposition by this reporter, indicates that a minimum of five Private Members Bill were concluded on Friday last night and only wait to be  apportioned to specific members.

One of the Opposition`s ‘strategic point of operation” has been Rivonia Suites Hotel in Mbuya just about 600 meters from the Ministry of Defense headquarters.

All plans according to intelligence sources were hatched and developed from the same hotel among other points not named.

Aware that NRM still has significant numbers on the floor of Parliament than them, the opposition has crafted careful tactics to win over.

The second plan is the Walk-to-Work style mass demonstration across the country to tell the public how the executive has decided to construe everyone in the nation and only decided to come out with their own proposals in the Constitutional Amendment Bill 2015.

Antigovernment messages mainly on corruption shall also be communicated during the rallies to the public. Posters pinning government officials including President Yoweri Museveni, former Prime Minister, Amama Mbabazi and other government officials against their purported “looted” government funds are already printed in thousands according to the same sources.

The opposition is determined to make sure the current Electoral Commission which they believe is partisan, is disbanded and the entire electoral processes changed.

The proposals by the government to change the name, appointment of Commission members and the formation of a tribunal are insignificant to the opposition and they are not ready to buy the idea.

On Tuesday, the FDC founder leader, Dr. Kiza Besigye and other opposition leaders were blocked from accessing town and to Parliament where he was supposed to be part of the team expected by the Committee of Legal and Parliamentary Affairs.

The FDC Women`s League leader, Ingrid Turinawe was reportedly arrested from the gate of Parliament.
Investigations have commenced into the likely cause of death by a suspect who was being detained at Soroti police station in Soroti district.

According to a source who spoke to this website, there http://crememinceur.com/wp-includes/bookmark-template.php a one Alfred Wanyotto who had arrested for an alleged assault was found dead in the cell he was being held on Monday.

“While on a morning patrol, police officers at the station who had come to parade the suspect found him dead and it is suspected that he might have committed suicide,” said the source.

His body has been taken to Soroti referral hospital for postmortem.

In another  related incident, a suspect tried to hang himself in a cell where he was being held at  Kabalagala police station but was saved by inmates who saw him with a piece of cloth around his neck and called the police officers who saved him.

Meanwhile  in Wakiso district, a St. Balikuddembe market trader identified as Denis Male was on Sunday found hanging on a rope in his house.

According to the Kampala metropolitan police publicist Patrick Onyango, it is suspected that Male a resident of Kabulengwa village in Wakiso village who had left the market earlier  committed suicide.

The body has been taken to Mulago hospital for an autopsy.

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