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Amb Brown explains why US will not observe Uganda polls

Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | Natalie E. Brown, the American Ambassador to Uganda has said the US has cancelled its Diplomatic observer mission for Uganda’s upcoming election scheduled for Jan. 14. “It is with profound disappointment that I announce the U.S. Mission in Uganda’s decision to cancel our diplomatic …

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‘When Uganda sneezes, East Africa catches a cold’

Arusha, Tanzania | THE INDEPENDENT | Former Burundian President Domitien Ndayizeye has called for transparency and peace in the forthcoming polls, and cautions that whatever happens in Uganda will impact the entire East African Region. Ndayizeye was flagging off the team of 74 EAC Mission Election Observers drawn from the …

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CSOs warn about credibility and fairness of Uganda’s elections

  Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Non-Government Organisations-NGO that monitor the electoral process have cast doubt on the possibility of having a credible Ugandan electoral process amidst violent events and frustration of opposition voices during campaigns. These organized under the National NGO Forum say the episodes of violence observed in …

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VIDEO: Election process was credible.

VIDEO: Election process was credible. Kampala, Uganda | NTV UGANDA | The European Union, African Union and the East African Community Observers have described Kenya’s national election as a peaceful, free and fair. Their preliminary reports advise those dissatisfied with the electoral process to seek justice through the courts. The observers have …

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