opposition political parties have today kick started their political road map to the 2016 general elections
The groups will be traversing the country in their bid to force electoral reforms ahead of the polls.
The shadow minister for Information Nabilah Naggayi Ssempala said that starting with today’s meeting in Mbarara, in addition to the recent structural changes in its leadership, the political opposition is to work tirelessly to ensure that the proposals for electoral reforms are soon tabled before parliament.
Nabilah said that in the next six months, reforms that will see amendment of the constitution and Change of the composition of the Electoral Commission will be presented before parliament. She adds that this process could mark the beginning of the popularly demanded Opposition’s corporation ahead of the 2016 general elections
Nabilah further explained that the earlier statements by former FDC president Dr.Kizza Besigye questioning the credibility of polls in Uganda should not be interpreted as a boycott of the 2016 elections by the opposition, but rather a caution.