Basalirwa also revealed that they are in talks and yet to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with Bobi Wine’s National Unity Platform (NUP) party aimed at working together.
POLITICS|EU DELEGATION|ELECTION WATCH
KAMPALA - A delegation from the European Union has visited the Justice Forum (JEEMA) party at Mengo, Rubaga division in Kampala district and held a closed meeting with the party's leadership.
The delegation was led by Anna Merrifield, the Deputy Head of mission in Uganda.
In a press conference after a meeting with the delegation, Wednesday,
Asuman Basalirwa, JEEMA party president said they discussed the possibility of violence in the forthcoming elections.
"Key of the issues was if we are to avert violence in the fourth coming elections, therefore, both the electoral commission, security agencies and the players must act in a just and fair manner," Basalirwa said.
Basalirwa also said that they will not accept any one attempting to subvert the will of people through rigging, cheating and declaration of false results.
"We shall continue to call upon our people to be peaceful and respect each other for the better of our country," he explained.
Basalirwa also revealed that they are in talks and yet to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with Bobi Wine's National Unity Platform (NUP) party, all aimed at working together and are harmonizing candidates at different levels.