NRM wins youth, elderly & PWDs polls with over 80%

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The ruling NRM participated in the SIG elections and NRM emerged as winners with 79% for the youths and 87% for the elderly and 85% PWDs.

Provisional results for 90% show that; (59,923 villages)

Village Youth Councils

No.Name of PartyVillages WonPercentage Won
1NRM47,37879%
2NUP1,4332%
3FDC1,3332%
4DP5361%
5UPC5371%
6ANT150%
7PPP50%
8JEEMA50%
9IND8,88115%
 Total59,923 

Village Older Persons Councils (57,757 villages)

No.Name of PartyVillages WonPercentage Won
1NRM50,21187%
2NUP1910%
3FDC6001%
4DP3401%
5UPC5101%
6ANT60%
7PPP10%
8JEEMA10%
9IND5,87710%
 Total57,757 

PWD Village Councils (49,379 villages)

No.Name of PartyVillages WonPercentage Won
1NRM41,89185%
2NUP1380%
3FDC4851%
4DP920%
5UPC3441%
6aNT30%
7PPP50%
8JEEMa50%
9IND6,42613%
 Total49,379 
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Highlights of Kampala SIG committee votes since some people think only the Kampala vote matters;

Youth

No.Name of PartyNo. of Villages Won
1NRM411
2NUP230
3FDC08
4DP38
5IND127

PWD

No.Name of PartyVillages Won
1NRM347
2NUP02
3FDC01
4DP14
5IND89

Older Persons

No.Name of PartyVillages Won
1NRM446
2NUP00
3DP59
4IND77

Draw your own conclusions but one thing is unmistakable; the Silent majority is real.

This week we are going to continue to participate in the SIG elections at the parish level and we are also going to prepare the necessary paper work in readiness for nomination of our presidential flag bearer.

4.Primaries

NRM has registered candidates for all elective positions in the 2021 general election.

This is a sign of confidence in the politics and ideology of the NRM.

“We welcome all candidates to the service of the party and the country but also urge you to pay attention to the code of conduct contained in the fourth schedule of the NRM Constitution,” said deputy Secretary General Richard Todwong.

The NRM Electoral Commission also communicated adjustments from the earlier roadmap due to adjustments by the National Electoral Commission.

The changes were as follows;

The Election of MPs and Woman MPs4th September 2020
Parliamentary (SIG MPs-Workers, PWDs, Youth & Older Persons)10th October 2020
LCV Chairpersons, City Lord Mayor, City Mayors, District/City directly elected councilor and district/city woman councilor.11th September 2020
Municipal/City division mayor, municipal woman councilor14th September 2020
LCIII Chairperson/Town Council Mayor/Municipal division Chairperson, Sub-county directly elected councilor & sub-county woman councilor16th September 2020
Local government SIG councilors18th Sept-Sub-county level 19th September –Municipal level 20th September-District level
New created sub-counties/town councils16th September 2020
SIG councilors in newly created sub-counties/town councils20th September 2020
Sub county SIG committees6th September 2020
Primaries for Nonunionized workers at Sub-county to elect delegates to the district level8th September 2020
Municipal/City division SIG committees17th September 2020
District SIG committees2nd October 2020
Primaries at district level to elect flag bearers for nonunionized workers delegates to the region6th October 2020
SIG representatives to LGs6th December 2020
National Youth Council Committee3rd November 2020
Newly created Constituencies/Cities4th September 2020
Older Persons MPs10th October 2020
Parish SIG committees19th August 2020
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