Ugandan government led by president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni might find itself in trouble after European Parliament declaration. According to the report by Nation Television Uganda. European Parliament has proposed sanctions on Uganda. Those leaders who spoke on the floor of the house claimed that Ugandan government failed to show democracy during election period. They went on to say that several civilians were injured by police officers, including human Rights activists.
This is coming just a month after president Museveni was declared the winner of tightly contested election. His closest rival honorable Kyagulanyi is currently fighting the results at Ugandan court with an aim of overturning Museveni's win.
"The European Union Parliament has voted in favour of adoption several resolutions expressing concern about the human rights violation in the country especially during the election period and its aftermath. The vote followed a debate in the European Parliament on Thursday" reported NTV Uganda.
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