Election 2016

Besigye Adopts American Riotous Slogan Ahead of National Protests

Tension is building in the northern district of Pader ahead of a contentious vote recount for Aruu North county slated for today Monday.

The Aruu North Parliamentary seat was won by the Forum for Democratic Change’s Lucy Aciro who got 8972 during the 18th February general elections. She was only two ahead of National Resistance Movement’s Kidega Nabison Knocks who polled 8972.

Kidega who is the former Resident District Commissioner Amuru, cialis 40mg http://coloradofinearts.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/64eb43f33da27571a9bce8490847120b.php petitioned the magistrates court in Pader that granted his prayers for a vote recount.

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There were reports that supporters of the FDC candidate stormed the Pader police station and destroyed the ballot papers

There were reports that supporters of the FDC candidate stormed the Pader police station and destroyed the ballot boxes 

The vote recount was scheduled for today and all the preparations were done at the Magistrates Court but the members of opposition FDC led by the Aruu South constituency Member of Parliament, medicine http://davepallone.com/wp-admin/includes/schema.php Odonga Otto protested the move saying some of the ballot boxes that were held at District Police Headquarters have been compromised.

The police itself on Sunday said that the boxes under their watch were tempered with and the case was recorded by their own ASP Nimanya Godson who is the Officer in Charge Criminal Investigations Department, under SD Reference 2627. Police claimed it was done by unidentified people.
Police have stopped Dr Kizza Besigye from leaving his residence in Kasangati, visit this site http://crossfitnaples.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/seo-tools.php Wakiso District on Monday afternoon.

Officials said Besigye intended to travel to the FDC headquarters in Najjanankumbi along Entebbe Road for a meeting.

He was intercepted by security forces outside his gate.

Today’s management meeting intends to analyse the current political situation and draw a roadmap for the FDC.

One of the critical issues on today’s agenda is whether the party should contest the outcome of the election in the Supreme Court.

According to Besigye’s lawyer, clinic http://curarlaimpotencia.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/protect.php David Mpanga, price an aggrieved candidate has 10 days to prepare and lodge a presidential election petition, adding, “This is a very short time. Time runs out on Tuesday.”

After being denied access to Dr Besigye’s residence last week, Mpanga observed: “I do not think that Besigye has had a fair opportunity to prepare for a petition. This is very unfortunate for him and for the country.”

The FDC strongman had previously ruled out seeking redress in the courts of law, saying their independence was not solid.

There are sections in FDC calling for defiance campaigns across the country.

The conservatives believe FDC needs to rebuild structures to consolidate its support at grassroots structures in preparation for the next election.

This group believes opposition losing an election petition would eventually legitimise Museveni’s election.

After today’s meeting, FDC’s National Executive Committee will sit to decide on the party’s way forward.

Police are yet to speak out on today’s events. Besigye has been arrested over ten times since the February 18 presidential elections.
Police have stopped Dr Kizza Besigye from leaving his residence in Kasangati, viagra 40mg http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.json-api.php Wakiso District on Monday afternoon.

Officials said Besigye intended to travel to the FDC headquarters in Najjanankumbi along Entebbe Road for a meeting.

He was intercepted by security forces outside his gate.

Today’s management meeting intends to analyse the current political situation and draw a roadmap for the FDC.

One of the critical issues on today’s agenda is whether the party should contest the outcome of the election in the Supreme Court.

According to Besigye’s lawyer, order David Mpanga, more about an aggrieved candidate has 10 days to prepare and lodge a presidential election petition, adding, “This is a very short time. Time runs out on Tuesday.”

After being denied access to Dr Besigye’s residence last week, Mpanga observed: “I do not think that Besigye has had a fair opportunity to prepare for a petition. This is very unfortunate for him and for the country.”

The FDC strongman had previously ruled out seeking redress in the courts of law, saying their independence was not solid.

There are sections in FDC calling for defiance campaigns across the country.

The conservatives believe FDC needs to rebuild structures to consolidate its support at grassroots structures in preparation for the next election.

This group believes opposition losing an election petition would eventually legitimise Museveni’s election.

After today’s meeting, FDC’s National Executive Committee will sit to decide on the party’s way forward.

Police are yet to speak out on today’s events. Besigye has been arrested over ten times since the February 18 presidential elections.
With now more than three weeks of home confinement and police surveillance the opposition Forum for Democratic Change presidential candidate Col Dr Kizza Besigye is not taking the foot off the gas in the fight for his freedom.

A day after his party announced a nationwide campaign to stay away from work and shun pro- government businesses and artists; Col Besigye has unveiled a slogan that will be headlining the party’s impeding numerous forms of protests.

Dr Besigye has adopted a campaign slogan that recently wrecked havoc in the United States of America in July 2014. .

The “I can’t Breathe” sprouted in the wake of a police murder in New York City in which an unarmed middle aged man named Eric Garner was killed while selling cigarettes on the streets.

During his arrest, illness http://cnsawdust.com/components/com_k2/views/itemlist/view.raw.php Garner was placed on “chokehold” (which is prohibited by law) by a policeman and in the process suffocates him to death.

As he gasped for air, buy more about http://ccresourcecenter.org/wp-includes/registration-functions.php the victim shouted repeatedly “I can’t breathe, pills I can’t breathe” eleven times while lying face down on the sidewalk before he lost consciousness.

His death kicked off days of widespread riots as tens of thousands poured on the streets of New York and all around the country, chanting “I can’t breathe”

The campaign also peaked for weeks over social media, gaining remarkable global attention.

This afternoon, FDC’s candidate shared a picture in which he donned a black t-short with the words “I can’t breathe.”

According to the FDC campaign launched by the party yesterday, members and supporters will every Tuesday be donning black clothes and engaging in prayers for the release of the politician.

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