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Court Asked to Dismiss Petition Challenging Prosecution of Political Activists ingrid turinawe 2 1

In 2011, government was dragged to court by Foundation for Human Rights Initiative-FHRI arguing that it had an interest in the matter where citizens had been arrested and prosecuted after participating in demonstrations.
10:06
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Kayihura's Personal Assistant Under Spotlight uganda police 1 Top story

According to police sources, Baroza has also been giving orders to senior commanders and police directors since he was elevated from the rank of Superintendent of Police to Assistant Commissioner of Police in January 2016.
09:33
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Police Reshuffle: Walk to Work Commander Back In Kampala election violence

In a mini police reshuffle just hours to the announcement of the Presidential election results, James Ruhweza has been appointed the Kampala Metropolitan Area Operations commander.
11:44
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Besigye, Lukwago Granted Bail electoral reforms 1

Opposition politicians Dr Kizza Besigye and Kampala Mayor Erias Lukwago have been granted bail by Makindye Magistrates Court this morning. Former Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) President Dr Besigye and Erias Lukwago had reported to the Makindye Court in response to a criminal summons issued last Wednesday.
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Police Acted Correctly in 2011 Besigye Arrest kiiza besigye 1 Top story

The evidence clearly shows that the stalemate at Mulago round about as a result of Dr. Besigye refusing to follow the traffic guidance given to him by SCP Grace Turyagumanawe which was to use Yusuf Lule road instead of going through Wandegeya. Instead he locked himself up in the car and refused to leave the road thereby seriously obstructing traffic. The police have wide powers to arrest without warrant in the circumstances in which they under act S 23 of the Police act S 24 of the same act permits police to arrest in order to prevent causing unlawful obstruction on a highway.
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Museveni Asks Church to Preach Against Civil Disobedience 2016 elections 4 1 Top story

The President says religious leaders are duty bound to guide the masses especially the youths, against any form of imported social, cultural deviation which makes them easy targets for opportunists who may use them for selfish gain.
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Kaweesi Cautions Isabirye On City Crime uganda police force 4

The outgoing Kampala Metropolitan Police Commander Andrew Felix Kaweesi has urged his successor, Haruna Isabirye, to use the public if he wants to fight delinquent groups in the city.
11:03
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Uganda Spends 9.4% Of GDP On Violence Containment - Report

Uganda is spending 1000 shillings per person each day in containing violence, a new report indicates. The report authored by the Institute of Economics and Peace shows that Uganda spends 9.4% of its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in combating and containing violence arising out of protests, homicides, terrorism and violent crime among others.
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MPs Want Inquiry Into Public Demonstrations 2

The Parliamentary Defence and Internal Affairs Committee is pushing for an inquest into increased public demonstrations as a way of promoting unity, consensus and stability in the country.
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NRM Defectors Sign MOU with Opposition Activists mp mathias mpuuga 1

As a result, the NRM leadership in Masaka invited the disgruntled members to try and convince them to change their mind.
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Besigye, 8 Others in Dock Tomorrow over Protests fdc

Dr Kizza Besigye, the former Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) president along with eight other opposition politicians are tomorrow expected to at Buganda Road Chief Magistrate’s Court to answer to charges in connection to participating in the illegal demonstrations in the country.
07:21
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Court Summons 8 Opposition Leaders Over Unlawful Assemblies

Buganda Road Court has issued fresh criminal summons to eight opposition leaders including former FDC president, Dr Kizza Besigye and two Members of Parliament for having managed unlawful assemblies in the last one year.
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4GC Announces Walk to Work for Saturday fdc

4GC will commence this year’s protest activities by lending a hand in the popular city clean-up campaign ‘Kampala City Yange’ slated to take place this saturday in Kikuubo and Old taxi park all areas within the city centre.
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Dr. Besigye: Protests Are For Poor Ugandans walk to freedom 1

While giving a blow by blow account of the progress of the protests, he said this phase is aimed at highlighting the plight of Ugandans who are being killed in road accidents, mothers and children dying due to poor health.
10:06
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Police Still Holding Dr. Besigye's Aides And Car walk to freedom 1

Moses Tumukunde, Besigye’s driver and his aide Dennis Kahamitima were arrested Thursday morning togeather with their boss along Namirembe road.
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4GC Returns With Walk To Freedom To Mark Independence 3

Mathias Mpuuga, the 4GC National coordinator, says come 1st October their activities commence flanked with black flags. This is to commemorate 50 years of suffering, murder, impunity and corruption among others unlike the ruling regime that he says is marking the day by drinking and wining.
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Sugar Prices Soar in Gulu commodity prices 2

Traders in Gulu are selling a kilogram of sugar at 3600 shillings up from 2800 two weeks ago. The traders attribute the latest increase in the price of sugar to scarcity.
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Scribe Sues Police Boss for Assault

A journalist has sued Kampala traffic police boss Lawrence Nuwabiine for allegedly assaulting him while he covered a procession of opposition politicians including Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Dr Kizza Besigye about three months ago.
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I'm Ready to Go to ICC - IGP Kayihura mp mathias mpuuga

The Inspector General of Police, Lt. Gen. Kale Kayihura on Tuesday got angry during a press conference that had been called by Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, and lashed out at opposition leader Kizza Besigye while insisting that he is ready to go and defend himself against Human Rights abuse accusations at the International Criminal Court – ICC.
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Police Identifies Officer Killed In City Riots 1

The police officer who was allegedly killed a mob in Kampala has been identified as Assistant Inspector of Police John Bosco Ariong. Forty-eight year old Ariong, who was attached to Kafumbe Mukasa police post in Kampala Central, was stoned to death earlier today during the violence that followed the arrest of FDC party leader Dr Kiiza Besigye and Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago.
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