WALK TO WAR: Human Rights Group Calls For Dialogue

malady "sans-serif"; font-size: small;”>The organisation’s boss Dr. Livingstone Sewanyana says the protests have caused enormous bloodshed, visit web destruction of property and violation of human rights.

He says government must stop using excessive force to stop walk to work protests because right of movement and assembly is firmly enshrined in the Constitution.

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Ssewanyana adds that one does not need police permission to walk to work but also urged protesters to be peaceful.

However, critics say by not strongly coming out with a specific stand on the protests, UHRC is ‘simply playing politics.

Several UN Human Rights officials were dispatched to Kasangati to document Besigye’s reported house arrest organised by police.


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