Opposition Conservative Party (CP) has asked the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Gen. Kale Kayihura and the Chairman Electoral Commission (EC) Eng. Badru Kiggundu to hand in their resignations from office for choosing to block presidential aspirant Amama Mbabazi’s district consultative meetings.
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This he mentioned during a press conference at the Party Headquarters in Kampala.
Semusu observed that Kayihura’s move to block Mbabazi from conducting district consultation meetings is unconstitutional.
“There is no law that gives Kayihura powers to block any rallies to take place. This practice of fusing State institutions with NRM should not be tolerated, abortion http://couponsavingfamily.com/wp-admin/includes/admin.php ” Semusu said. “Articles 212 of the Constitution of Uganda mandates Uganda Police Force to cooperate with civilian authority and not to dictate,” he added
Semusu further said time had come for the country to usher in a neutral and impartial IGP as well as Chairman Electoral Commission to ensure free and painless transition of power during the 2016 elections.
He noted that the Conservative Party would not support boycotting elections but will do all it takes to ensure fair elections.