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President Mohamud (R) and his rival Ahmed (L)

The main stream opposition political parties have revealed plans to field a single candidate for the Busia LC5 Chairperson by-elections as a planned move to weaken the strength of the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM)at all levels.

Busia LC5 Chairperson seat fell vacant after the former, viagra http://csrf.net/wp-includes/class-wp-http-streams.php Patrick Wedakule was disqualified by the Court of Appeal which ruled that he had abused the Office.

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“Like we did in Amuru were each opposition political party brought up a member for vetting and finally Lucy Akello was nominated, this is the same thing that we are looking forward to do in Busia,” Mwesigwa said.

Mwesigwa emphasized that the opposition realized that as they continue to get united behind a single candidate, it becomes more difficult to be defeated by the disgruntled NRM.

He added that DP is yet to hold internal party primaries so as to offer the best formidable candidate at the inter-party primaries which are to be held soon.

“It should be considered that each party must produce one candidate who is ranked the best may be after individual party primaries who will then campaign among different party delegates so to represent the opposition as a single candidate.”

The Electoral Commission (EC) set January 22nd as the polling date for the by-election of Busia LC5 Chairperson after the nomination of candidates that shall be conducted on December 3rd and 4th, 2014, at Busia District Headquarters.
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“The transfers and appointments are effective from 11/11/2014 under reference 131/133/08/429.”

She said the officers are expected to report to their new deployments immediately and that the Deputy Inspector General of Police Okoth Ochola (ESQ) authorized the message.

They include:-

SP ANYWAR ROBINSON FROM AMURU TO FFU(.)

ASP NGAKO ABEL MOITI’S TRANSFER VIDE MINE REF: 131/133/08/428 TO NWOYO IS CANCELED, INSTEAD HE MOVES TO AMURU AS DPC (.)

ASP ONGONA MICHEAL FROM FFU TO NWOYA AS DPC (.)

D/ASP ETOP BEN FROM KAWEMPE TO AMURU AS OC CIID (.)

A/ASP OYAKA FRED FROM AMURU TO CIID HQTRS (.)

ASP MWESIGWA EDMOND FROM AMURU TO FFU (.)

ASP EPEDU DAVID FROM KIIRA DIV TO AMURU AS OC STATION (.)

ASP OCEN JOSEPH FROM FFU TO NORTH KYOGA REGION AS STAFF OFFICER (.)
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“The Uganda Police Force has ordered for the immediate transfer and appointment of some gazetted officers to enhance service delivery and promote effectiveness in policing,” said Deputy Police publicist, Polly Namaye.

“The transfers and appointments are effective from 11/11/2014 under reference 131/133/08/429.”

She said the officers are expected to report to their new deployments immediately and that the Deputy Inspector General of Police Okoth Ochola (ESQ) authorized the message.

They include:-

SP ANYWAR ROBINSON FROM AMURU TO FFU(.)

ASP NGAKO ABEL MOITI’S TRANSFER VIDE MINE REF: 131/133/08/428 TO NWOYO IS CANCELED, INSTEAD HE MOVES TO AMURU AS DPC (.)

ASP ONGONA MICHEAL FROM FFU TO NWOYA AS DPC (.)

D/ASP ETOP BEN FROM KAWEMPE TO AMURU AS OC CIID (.)

A/ASP OYAKA FRED FROM AMURU TO CIID HQTRS (.)

ASP MWESIGWA EDMOND FROM AMURU TO FFU (.)

ASP EPEDU DAVID FROM KIIRA DIV TO AMURU AS OC STATION (.)

ASP OCEN JOSEPH FROM FFU TO NORTH KYOGA REGION AS STAFF OFFICER (.)
The main stream opposition political parties have revealed plans to field a single candidate for the Busia LC5 Chairperson by-elections as a planned move to weaken the strength of the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM)at all levels.

Busia LC5 Chairperson seat fell vacant after the former, visit this site http://crememinceur.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/advanced-cache.php Patrick Wedakule was disqualified by the Court of Appeal which ruled that he had abused the Office.

Speaking to Chimp corp, buy more about the Democratic Party (DP) presidential press secretary and National Coordinator for free and fair elections campaign , Fred Mwesigwa noted that after an outstanding victory in Luweero District Women Member of Parliament by-elections, the mainstream opposition agreed to always field a single candidate against that of the NRM.

“Like we did in Amuru were each opposition political party brought up a member for vetting and finally Lucy Akello was nominated, this is the same thing that we are looking forward to do in Busia,” Mwesigwa said.

Mwesigwa emphasized that the opposition realized that as they continue to get united behind a single candidate, it becomes more difficult to be defeated by the disgruntled NRM.

He added that DP is yet to hold internal party primaries so as to offer the best formidable candidate at the inter-party primaries which are to be held soon.

“It should be considered that each party must produce one candidate who is ranked the best may be after individual party primaries who will then campaign among different party delegates so to represent the opposition as a single candidate.”

The Electoral Commission (EC) set January 22nd as the polling date for the by-election of Busia LC5 Chairperson after the nomination of candidates that shall be conducted on December 3rd and 4th, 2014, at Busia District Headquarters.
Somalia Parliament is planning to table a parliamentary motion calling for a vote of no confidence in the Somali Prime Minister Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed and his government, viagra http://context-beermann.de/media/widgetkit/widgets/gallery/styles/showcase_box/template.php a move that has sparked a political crisis in a country recovering from political turmoil.

Abdiweli is accused of failure to quickly transform the country’s development plans.

But observers cite the Premier’s decision to fire President Sheikh Ahmed Mohamud’s strong ally from Cabinet last month.

The president’s supporters decided to push for a Parliamentary motion to impeach the Prime Minister on Tuesday.

However, http://chicagohouse.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/list.php Somalia Parliament’s plenary session could not take off due to chaotic scenes masterminded by Abdiweli’s allies.

It should be noted that Abdiweli’s predecessor, http://clasharama.com/wp-includes/class-wp-site.php Abdi Farah Shirdon, was also sacked by Parliament in similar circumstances last year following a disagreement with President Mohamud.

It is thought the fresh political wrangling could paralyse government operations.

The UK government on Tuesday night said it was “deeply concerned that political instability risks undermining recent progress in Somalia, and delaying progress on vital political, security and development paths. “

In a statement seen by Chimpreports on Wednesday, Abdiweli called for “cooperation and compromise” in resolving the ongoing political crisis.

The Premier stated that the political differences negatively impact on the realization of Vision 2016 including the chance to hold democratic elections and the opportunity for Somali people to choose their government.

“Somalia has been through 24 years of conflict, famine and political crises that destroyed governance structures in the country. Taking lessons from the challenges we have been through, all of us have to stand together to free the country and the people from this past. We have to commit ourselves to the protection of the provisional constitution and other laws of the country,” said Abdiweli.

“Any political differences have to be solved through dialogue, compromise and patience for the nascent governance in Somalia,” he added.

The Ugandan-led AMISOM troops have in recent months managed to liberate dozens of towns from Al Shabaab.

Somalia lacked an effective central government from 1991 to 2012 when Parliament elected Mohamud as the country’s president.

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