FORUM for Democratic Changeâ€™s top organ will today begin a two-day closed meeting to discuss party issues, including the question of succession in the party.
The national executive committee will also assess the partyâ€™s performance in the general elections.
The party spokesperson, Wafula Oguttu, said the two-day meeting will be chaired by the party president, Kizza Besigye, starts today at a venue yet to be disclosed.
The committee comprises the party chairman, regional party presidents, MPs, district chairpersons and executive committee members.
Besigye only managed to garner 26% of the total votes cast. The party lost in its strongholds of the north and West Nile regions.
FDC to hold performance talks today