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Women representing various civil society institutions have today 13th September 2016 been arrested by the Uganda Police Force at the National Theatre, Kampala. Over 25 women convened at about 12:00pm at the National Theatre to pray in protest of the proposed constitutional amendment to lift the age limit of presidential candidates. The women were immediately arrested, put on Police trucks…
| 9th September 2016 By Charity Ahimbisibwe CCEDU held its second post election reflection forum in Teso region, in the eastern town of Soroti. The forum was attended by over 60 eminent persons among whom were: religious leaders, cultural, leaders, local government leaders, lawyers, academicians and senior citizens.A cross-section of attendees reiterated that amending the Constitution is not the solution…
By Eddie Ssemakula Citizens Coalition for Electoral Democracy (CCEDU) has successfully concluded a five district Observation mission for Districts Kakumiro, Kibaale, Kagadi, Rubanda and Omoro. CCEDU, an 850-member coalition, observed Election day activity in conformity with Ugandan laws and presented findings concerning the Election day process across the five districts. The new District elections were conducted on Aug 29 Findings…
Opposition political parties and civil society organisations involved in electoral law advocacy are using the imminent expiry of the term of most of the current members of Uganda’s Electoral Commission to amplify demands for a more open appointing process of commissioners. All but one of seven commissioners are due for retirement when their terms expire in November, without an option…
On August 30, Uganda handed Tullow Oil plc and Total E&P eight production licences in a move to pick up the pace in commercialising the vast petroleum reserves in the Albertine basin.But, observers say, while the issuance of licences is a major step forward, a lot still needs to be done to realise actual production. These processes, experts warn, may…
The Citizens’ Coalition for Electoral Democracy in Uganda (CCEDU) on Friday launched its countrywide post-election feedback forums. The inaugural forum attracted over 100 citizens from various political parties, security agencies, judiciary, parliament, local government and cultural institutions and the Electoral Commission.Representatives of civil society, religious leaders, media practitioners and members of the general public also attended. Eastern districts of Jinja,…

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