HELP END POLICE BRUTALITY AND THE KILLING OF INNOCENT UNARMED CIVILIANS IN UGANDA

HELP END POLICE BRUTALITY AND THE KILLING OF INNOCENT UNARMED CIVILIANS IN UGANDA

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FESTUS MULI started this petition to United Nations Security Council and

Republic of Uganda is set to have general elections early next year, January 2021. In the run-up to elections, the level of violence subjected to opposition politicians, their campaigns and public in general has increased immensely. The violence has led to death of innocent civilians close to one hundred (100) now, and hundreds of others maimed as a result of irresponsible behaviour of police under the control of Incumbent President. The outcry by civilians in Uganda has increased due to extortion,   torture, and murder by police officers under the control of Incumbent president. 

It is evident that the incumbent President of Republic of Uganda Yoweri Museveni is using violence to intimidate opposition so as to retain power to the detriment of wellbeing of civilians. In recent opposition politicians have been blocked, their convoys shot with live bullets among other atrocities.

The current situation if unchecked is likely to degenerate to humanitarian crisis. No persons should lose life because of political process, HUMAN LIFE IS SACROSANT. Uganda people and people of good will all over the world demand that the police and state sponsored brutality come to end and allow a free and fair general election.United Nation and its organs have a universal mandate to promote and safeguard Human rights abuses and violations anywhere in the world.

In this petition on behalf of people of Uganda I petition as follows.

  1. Consider Issuing of Arms embargo against Uganda to prevent further use of Arms against innocent civilian (Humanitarian grounds)
  2. Assist in guaranteeing peaceful democratic election process in Uganda.
  3. Investigate the cases of violence and determine whether they warrant prosecution under international Criminal court for those found culpable.
  4.  Institute measures to bring sustainable peace in Uganda.

ACT NOW BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE.

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