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Byline: Moses Byaruhanga
As the 2011 general elections approach, some parties like DP and UPC have already elected their presidential candidates. Ugandans will hopefully have a broad choice from which to elect a president.
However, some people are in the process of stifling the wide range of choices. The opposition political parties have realised that none of them has enough support country-wide to defeat the NRM. By forming the Inter-Paty Cooperation, a platform through which opposition parties intend to field a single candidate, it is clear that the parties have all realised that none of them can individually defeat the NRM candidate. Why then should Ugandans waste …