Stalemate in NUP constitutional amendment meeting

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Stalemate in NUP constitutional amendment meeting
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A meeting convened by the Electoral Commission to iron out National Unity Platform (NUP) party leadership constitutional amendment dispute ended in a stalemate.

Despite hours of deliberation, a resolution remains elusive and it appears that the matter will have to await a court intervention.

Mr Julius Mucunguzi, EC's spokesperson, acknowledged the internal strife within NUP concerning their constitution.

He clarified that the EC, led by Justice Simon Byabakama, deemed it inappropriate to proceed with amendments or intervene in ongoing legal proceedings.

Mucunguzi emphasized adherence to the sub judice rule, highlighting the EC's commitment to await the court's verdict before taking further action.

David Lewis Rubongoya, NUP secretary general, expressed skepticism regarding the EC's stance, labeling it as state-sponsored sabotage.

Despite challenges, NUP remains resolute, vowing to address the issue through legal channels while continuing their political purs

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