By Jumah Kakomo
The Electoral commission has urged Ugandans to join the struggle against commercialisation of politics across the country.
This has been revealed by commission chairperson, justice Simon Byabakama Mugenyi at while interfacing stakeholders on the ongoing national program of assessing and evaluating the 2015/2016 General election purposely intended to critically analyse the strategic plans of organisational performance to enable them rectify their mistakes and improve for better.
He adds that there is still a great need to educate the masses on the effects of commercialising politics in relation to democracy.
Apparently the commission has received information from various workshops throughout the country to enable them and stakeholders to compile a report to aim at greater heights in attaining democracy and good governance thus appealing to legislators to enact more strong and tough laws against commercialising politics.
Meanwhile Simon revealed that the EC is to summon all Kyadondo east candidates vying for the MP seat due to the 29th of this month on the ground of their supporters fighting their counterparts despite having a campaigning schedule in place