The ruling National Resistance Movement Parliamentary caucus has gone into a closed door meeting ahead of the forthcoming Local Council elections.
A meeting which is underway at the president’s office is meant to harmonize the party’s strategies for the women and local council elections due 10th July.
According to the Party Women League Chairperson Lydia Wanyoto, they have so far resolved to amend the some of the conditions at the grass root levels to enable the party do massive motivation countrywide.
“We are looking for strong strategies on how we can organize the party, get flag bearers, and how to win the elections themselves.” She stated.
However some lawmakers are protesting the manner in which the meeting has been organized citing loopholes in the communication team that didn’t even inform the members prior to the meeting.
National Resistance Movement was founded as a Liberation Movement that waged a successful protracted people’s struggle that liberated Uganda from fascist and dictatorial regimes.
The National Resistance Movement restored political stability, respect for human rights, national unity, peace, security, law and order, Constitutionalism and the rule of law;