Uganda Elections where not free and fair – E.U

European Union (EU) has released its conclusions on the January 14th Ugandan elections saying they were neither free nor fair.

The bloc has promised to take the next course of action following the recent polls in Uganda. The top Officials say that the Uganda’s elections were not free, fair and nor peaceful.

They say this is because the government security forces were used by Incumbent President Yoweri Museveni to torture, arrest and beat up people and in certain cases killed many in their tens.

EU officials also add that the top opposition leader Robert Kyagulanyi was arrested on several occasions and put under House arrest immediately after the polls.

They also add that Ugandans were denied access to information as the government decided to shut down the internet completely.

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