Mafabi against proposed removal of finger inking for voters

Nandala Mafabi

Nandala Mafabi

The Member of Parliament for Budadiri west in Sironko district Nathan Nandala  Mafabi is opposed to the government proposal to remove the finger inking  for a voter after voting. Appearing before the legal committee Mafabi said that  the issue of inking should be maintained as it is in the old electoral laws, to eliminate multiple voting.

Mafabi said that removing inking for a voter will cause multiple voting hence creating possibilities for vote rigging. Nandala also said that if the incumbent is going to use a state  helicopter even other candidates should be allowed to use it or have joint campaigns with the president to be at the same level while campaigning so as others are not disadvantaged in terms of transport at the expense of state resources.

He said that it would not be possible to have a candidate campaign in more than one district in a day, unless he uses a helicopter.

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