HRDC Plans to Drag Legislators Who Turned Down 51+1 Bill To Court

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Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) has revealed plans to drag Members of Parliament (MPs) who turned down the 51+1 bill to court.

Yesterday, the August House voted for a motion to adopt an order by the Constitutional Court on Constitution amendments.

The bill had 101 votes which did not meet the required 2/3 (128 votes) for it to pass making it difficult to go through.

On February 3, the constitutional Court nullified the May 21, 2019 presidential election and ordered Parliamentarians to look into the matter by adopting the 51+1 policy.

According to the bill, the winner to the presidency position will be determined if one surpasses 50+1 votes.

Few days ago HRDC team invaded parliament to monitor proceedings regarding the 50+1 bill.

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Flora Mitumba
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