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Muntu, Besigye face-off

By Edgar Tushabe Muhairwe Party officials express concerns about police interference as race for presidential flag bearer heats up Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) party officials remained concerned even after police on July 13 cleared the party’s country-wide rallies for the primaries of the presidential flag bearer race that pits …

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Muntu’s Nandala test

By Edgar Tushabe Muhairwe Surge of activists at FDC Delegates’ Conference worries moderates Opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) party president, retired Maj. Gen. Mugisha Muntu, knows how to say the right things at the right time. This skill was on test on June 12 in Kampala when the FDC …

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Muntu, Besigye show unity at FDC meet

By Edgar Tushabe Muhairwe Leaders tell youth that party needs both activism and party building What is the relationship between political party activism and party building? Should there be the perceived conflict between the two? Those were some of the questions tackled on March 25 during the Forum for Democratic …

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FDC at war with itself ahead of 2016

By Edgar Tushabe Muhairwe When the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) launched its Policy Agenda on March 9at the Kampala Serena International Conference Centre, tongues started wagging at the brand the party had become. Many analysts said they admired the new “method of work” and predicted that it could be …

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