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BE IMPARTIAL IN HANDLING ELECTION PETETIONS, JUSTICE MINISTER CAUTIONS JUDICIARY

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Justice and Constitutional Affairs Minister Professor Ephraim Kamuntu has cautioned government about challenging post poll forces of change.

Kamuntu who was defeated last week in the Sheema South parliamentary seat by independent candidate Professor Elijah Mushemeza has as such urged the Judiciary to be impartial while resolving election related disputes.

He sounded the warning yesterday evening at the sidelines of the swearing-in ceremony of six members of the Judicial Service Commission at the Supreme Court in Kololo.

This comes days after the country held presidential, Parliamentary elections plus district and city chairperson elections and experienced a new wave of the opposition National Unity Platform (NUP), defeating about 25 ministers including the Vice President, Edward Ssekandi.

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