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Observers give thumbs up to Gogonyo by-election

Pallisa, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Uganda Human Rights Commission (UHRC)  observer team at the Gogonya by-election in Palisa has warned of the generally plummeting participation in election by citizens. The observer team also called for a greater role of civilians in the stewarding elections. ” The stewarding of polls should not …

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Global forum tipped on people-centered democracy

Beijing, China | THE INDEPENDENT | The global community has been challenged to practice mutual respect, and uphold harmonious co-existence between communities with diverse social systems, ideologies, cultures, histories and development levels. Crispin Kaheru, a member of the Uganda Human Rights Commission (UHRC), made this call in remarks he made at …

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Uganda’s Kaheru to monitor Gambia elections

The Commonwealth Observer Group  H E Olusegun Obasanjo, Former President of Nigeria, (Chairperson) Prosper Bani, Former Minister of Interior, Ghana The Hon Martha Karua, Former Minister of Justice, Kenya Robert Phiri, Executive Director, Public Affairs Commission, Malawi Hendrick Gappy, Former Chairperson, Electoral Commission, Seychelles Shyamala Gomez, Executive Director, Centre for Equality and …

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It is urgent that Uganda’s presidential candidates sign a Peace Pact

COMMENT | Crispin Kaheru | It is high time that Presidential candidates sign an Election Peace Pact with the objective of securing a peaceful General Election due next month. Given the escalating circumstances, formal and informal institutions including: the heads of Government organs such as Judiciary, Parliament and the Executive, must …

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KAHERU: Let’s halt the campaigns

COMMENT | Crispin Kaheru | The physical campaigns are just not cutting it. They’ve just failed to work as envisaged. Uganda’s election campaigns have turned into war-like movies especially in circumstances where the opposition is involved. I want to re-emphasize, these campaigns as they are, aren’t working.  The enforcement of the …

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