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Besigye Charged in Rukungiri Court, Murder Charges Dropped

Opposition kingpin Dr Kizza Besigye, Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) presidential candidate Patrick Amuriat and party chief mobiliser Ingrid Turinawe have Wednesday morning been charged in Rukungiri Magistrate's Court over last week's scuffle with police in which one anti-age limit removal protester was shot dead. The trio were driven to Mbarara Police

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DEFIANCE? Besigye, Lukwago Skip Court Trial

Six opposition figures on Monday made no show at the Kabale Chief Magistrate's Court for the hearing of a case in which they charged with inciting violence, injuring police officers and malicious damage of property. The accused persons are: former Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) presidential candidate Dr Kizza Besigye; Kampala

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How 37 Forgotten EALA Losers Performed: Five Candidates Got No Vote

When Uganda’s Parliament picked the nation’s nine representatives to regional assembly, the East African Legislative Assembly, all the eyes were on the winners and one loser: opposition strongwoman Ingrid Kamateneti Turinawe. The winners were: former internal affairs minister Rose Akol; former Kakuuto County MP Mathias Kasamba; policy analyst Paulo Mwasa Musamali,

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INGRID TURINAWE: Uganda’s Parliament Needs Reform

On February 28, Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) secretary for mobilisation Ingrid Kamateneti Turinawe lost in the race to become one of Uganda’s nine representatives to regional assembly EALA. There were well over 40 approved contestants. However, what makes Turinawe’s loss interesting is the hostility members of ruling NRM party

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FDC Request to Withdraw Ingrid Turinawe from EALA Race Thrown Out

Parliament has rejected opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) attempt to withdraw the nomination of Kamateneti Ingrid Turinawe from the race to represent Uganda in the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) In her letter dated 23rd February 2017, the Clerk to Parliament Jane Kibirige acknowledges receipt of party president Major General

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