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By Vision Reporter

Added 23rd August 2009 03:00 AM

Activists want new poll laws
KAMPALA-Human rights activists have called for new electoral laws ahead of the 2011 general elections.

Activists want new poll laws
KAMPALA-Human rights activists have called for new electoral laws ahead of the 2011 general elections. The Uganda Human Rights Commission secretary, Gordon Mwesigye, and the executive director of the Foundation for Human Rights Initiative, Livingstone Ssewanyana, on Friday at a media workshop at Imperial Royale, said the new laws would ensure free and fair elections.

Party opposes health reforms
KAMPALA-Peoples’ Development Party chief Dr. Abed Bwanika has said President Museveni’s recent directive to the health and finance ministries to develop a public private partnership for the national health referral service at Mulago Hospital. Bwanika said the move was dangerous because majority of Ugandans were poor and deprived of health services.

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