price http://contentisbae.com/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-groups/bp-groups-template.php sans-serif; color: #222222;”>The opposition leader in parliament, more about Nathan Nadala Mafabi, there has told parliament today, Thursday afternoon; that the talks collapsed because the government side was defiant to compromise with the opposition counterpart in the talks.
Mafabi noted that Government remained “oppressive by brutalising the elected leadership of the city” and warned that government “stops the dictatorial mentality of must-win” whenever it’s in the dialogue.
However, in response, the Prime Minister, Amama Mbabazi, dismissed the allegations by Mafabi and told MPs that the negotiations were going on smoothly, and that they have discussed the matter at length and very soon they will reach an agreement.
The two groups had engaged in negations for the last two weeks to see to it that Government respects the court order that had halted the impeachment of the Lord Mayor.
Mbabazi observed that “the government is so much interested in the talks” but quickly pointed out that the court order should not be among the items on table since the order was asking to stop what had already happened.
The opposition side was represented by Mathias Nsubuga, M.P Bukoto south; Hon. Abdul Katuntu, the Shadow Attorney General; Medard Sseggona Lubega, the Shadow Minister for Justice and Constitutional Affairs; together with Mr. Peter Walubiri and Mr. Caleb Alaka, the lawyers for the Lord Mayor.
While the Government side was led by the Prime Minister, Amama Mbabazi, Attorney General, Peter Nyombi, and Kiwanuka Kiryowa, Lawyer for KCCA.