PFT is the newly formed front led by opposition stronghold, Kizza Besigye. This political front has members from different opposition political parties.
Lukwago says they are not just an alliance but a front and that’s the difference.
“Most of the formations we have had fall in the category of political alliances. We are talking about a front to bring in the much-desired change away from the elections. The first thing is to stop the political insanity going on in this country and restore the sovereignty of the election.”
Lukwago further says Ugandans should know the difference between an alliance and a front. He says they intentionally called it a front because they are looking at action more.
“A front has a purpose; to deal with the political challenges of the day. This is very different,” Lukwago said.
About the absence of NUP in this front, Erias Lukwago says they will join with time. According to him, everything takes time, so NUP will come around as well.
“Every struggle starts from somewhere. Nobody opposed the idea, we all agreed to have a common front and with time, all political parties shall come together. This is a non-violent struggle,” Lukwago said.
Some people had started suspecting that this formation was set to erase NUP. Otherwise, there was no other reason why NUP was not involved in this.
News from NUP though, is that they did not invite them to this political front.
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