European Union diplomats visit NRM party over elections

ABOVE; The NRM party communications director Mr.Emmanuel Dombo while addressing the media yesterday at plot 13 Kyadondo road in Kampala.

European Union diplomats visit NRM party over elections

By Kitts D.Mabonga


A delegation of European Union diplomats accredited to Uganda yesterday paid a courtesy visit to the ruling NRM political party offices in Nakasero to discuss issues related to the elections,Covid-19 stand, democracy and human rights among others.

PARTY BOSS; Gen.Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is the national chairman of the ruling NRM political party who looks ahead of returning to serve the country as head of state come 2021.

The delegation was hosted  by the party deputy secretary general Mr.Richard Todwong who reportedly told them that NRM was taking issues of internal party democracy, human rights, Covid-19,education  among others very seriously  because they directly affect their members during this electioneering era.

The party director of communications Mr. Emmanuel Dombo told the media shortly after the engagement that the team was happy with the position their party chairman and president of Uganda took over issues related  to the extensive and clandestine vote rigging, candidate intimidation, bribery, torture and deaths among others when Gen.Museveni  directed that legal action be taken upon all the culprits involved because nobody was above the law.

The team reportedly demanded that a fair playing election ground should be encouraged especially when it comes to the main elections next year so that issues of unnecessary violence are minimized.

PARTY BOSSES;The NRM party elections boss Dr.Tanga Odoi and NRM party secretary general Kasule Lumumba

They thanked the NRM government for steering the country in the right political direction especially the handling of the Covid-19 battle which has seen the number of infections though going up, but it was minimal.

The teams had visited all the major political parties in the country with a view of discussing with them critical issues that affect the population as the country prepares for the major political electioneering season next year.


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