Forum for Democratic Change [FDC] have retracted the date on which they has slated to hold their next National Delegates Conference at the Mandela National Stadium.
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The Stadium ten days later will host another grand Delegates Conference of the Ruling National Resistance Movement [NRM], which has kept the nation on tenterhooks owing to its projected controversial agenda.
The FDC Conference will be presided over by Ag Party Chairperson Mrs Joyce Ssebuggwawo, and will see a number of proposed constitutional amendments endorsed.
Among these is the trimming on the size of the party’s National Executive Committee [NEC] from 140 members to only 80, which is hopped to induce “effective management” of FDC structures.
The resolution was adopted by a Council meeting which sat in Luweero district in October, chaired by President General Mugisha Muntu.
The Council also resolved to have the number of the Party’s Village committee reduced from 19 to 11.
Although sections of observers drew conclusions that the NEC resizing was geared at minimizing internal party ramblings, Kikonyongo maintains it’s about “Putting in practice FDCs gospel of a leaner government”