The Road To 2016: Citizens’ Perception on Uganda’s 2016 Elections (A Report of a Fact Finding Mission).

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This report of a fact finding mission to ascertain perceptions of Ugandans on the 2016 elections in terms of preparedness, free and fairness. The mission was conducted from 2th to 26th August 2015 in Kampala, Uganda under the auspices of the Human Rights and Peace Centre (HURIPEC), School of Law Makerere University and the Eastern Africa Centre for Constitutional Development: Kituo Cha Katiba (KcK). The mission was part of a bigger project entitled “The Citizen Perceptions on Uganda’s Forthcoming 2016 Elections Project” that seeks to provide a critical assessment and evaluation of the pre-election conditions and the potential contribution of the 2016 election to Uganda‟s democratization process. The project was developed against the backdrop of Uganda‟s history of electoral violence, militarization, and the growing divisiveness in the country, which have all created   anxiety as to whether the 2016 elections will be peaceful, credible, free and fair.#CitizensPerceptionOnUganda2016Elections @huripecmakerere @KituochaKatiba

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Mission Team Mwmbers: Hon. Margaret Sekaggya (Team Leader)
Bishop Mcleord Baker Ochola
Prof. Sabiti Makara
Hon. Sarah Bagalaaliwo
Dr. Rose Nakayi and Mr. Peter Edopu
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