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THIS WEEK: FDC supporters freed

THIS WEEK: FDC supporters accused of holding unlawful assemblies freed 56 supporters of the opposition Forum for Democratic Change Party – FDC were arrested on July 19 and released two days later. The group had been detained at Nalufenya—a police facility recently branded torture chambers for allegedly holding unlawful assemblies. …

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Muntu faces FDC boot

Defiant members plot to oust party president Kampala, Uganda |Agather Atuhaire| It appears nothing and nobody is these days simple or innocent in Uganda’s biggest party, the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC). But it is a reality that the leaders; from Party President Mugisha Muntu to Secretary General Nandala Mafabi …

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Government criticized for postponing LC polls

Activists and opposition politicians have criticized the government for postponing Local Council I and II elections saying the move entrenches undemocratic tendencies at the lowest levels of governance. The Coordinator of Citizens’ Coalition for Electoral Democracy in Uganda (CCEDU), Mr Crispin Kaheru said the lack of government commitment to conduct …

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