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Ugandan Police Harass Opposition Candidate

Bobi Wine, Uganda’s leading resistance number, was drawn from his automobile by the cops on Thursday. He has actually submitted an issue with the International Criminal Court charging the nation’s head of state of accrediting a project of physical violence versus resistance political leaders and also their advocates in advance of following week’s basic political election.

“But what the world is seeing is just a small sneak peek of what happens in the country. I am a presidential candidate, but as you can see, if I can be harassed like this, tear-gassed and pepper-sprayed like this. You can imagine what is happening to the Ugandans that don’t have a voice. So the international community having seen what is happening to the people of Uganda and not only happening now, but what has been happening for a long time from the massacres in Kasese, in northern Uganda, to what happens every day. I really wish the international community could make the observation of the rule of law and respect for human rights as a precondition for cooperation with Uganda so that the international community does not continue to appear like a partner in crime. My most important mission is to be alive In seven days from now.” “Give me …” “As you can see, as you can see, this is our Main Street by the police. I am parking on the side of the road so that the network does not break off. But unfortunately, I’m being harassed. I’m not even allowed to park on the side of the road so I can talk to international press. That is what we go through every day. As a matter of fact, I would really, really — now I’m being arrested, as you can see. I’m being arrested.” “He’s a presidential candidate!”

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