Opposition MPs want parliament to evaluate public order law

Opposition MPs have asked Parliament to evaluate the Public Order Management Act which the say is being misused by Police to crack down on opposition political parties. They say the Human Rights Commission has not come out to address the violation of their rights. Their concern follows several instances where members of the Forum for Democratic Change party have been blocked from holding consultative meetings in areas outside Kampala.


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