Uganda Peoples Congress
1. Political Reforms a) Acknowledgement by the Government and all the people of Uganda that a political decision to move from Movement Governance to multi party Government has been made. -The ruling government - Ugandans - Political parties N/A

18 th February - 2003 December 2004 Ugandans a) Freedom to associate and Assemble. b) Increased public debate. c)Respect for the rule of Law.
b) Cultivation of goodwill and the culture of tolerance. - Theregime/ Government - Political parties - Religious organisations - Human Rights organisations -Civil Society -Media -International Community - Electoral Commission N/A 18 th February - 2003 onwards -Ugandans -Investors - Development partners a) Elimination of Intimidation, harassment, and killings. b) Release of all political Prisoners. c) Absence of reports of violation of human rights. d) Participation of both government and opposition leaders at National functions and other public functions e) Avoidance of use of derogatory language.
c)Civic Education - do - a) The Government of Uganda . b) Donors 18 th February - 2003 onwards Ugandans Free and Informed citizenry.
d) Dialogue

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a) The Government of Uganda . b) Donors 18 th February 2003 December 2004 -Ugandans - Development partners -Investors a) Free political party activity. b) Mutual respect and trust. c) Peaceful coexistence. d) Tolerance
e)Peace talks with all rebel groups. -Governmentof Uganda - Rebel groups -International Community -Ugandans. a) The Government of Uganda . b) Donors April 2004 – June 2005 Ugandans a) Actual and genuine peace talks. b) Peace in all parts of Uganda . c)Release of all political Prisoners. d)Integration of former Rebels into normal life. e) Psycho-counselling those Traumatized by war. f) Ceasefire agreements g) Disbandment of IDPCs.
2.Constitutional Reforms a)Amendment of the 1995 Constitution to remove all impediments to a proper functioning multi-party politics, (deleting/amending articles 69-74 and 269) -Executive -Parliament -Judiciary -The Uganda Law Society. -Civil Society Organisations. - Political parties, a) The Government of Uganda . b) Donors, etc. February 18 th 2003 - December 2004 Ugandans a) Absence of constitutional impediments to a free Society. b) Cessation of abuse of the 1995 Constitution by the Executive. c) the opposition to the 1995 Constitution stop.
3. Legal Reforms a) Amend/remove the following Acts/Pieces of Legislation; i) Police Act ii) Movement Act iii) Terrorism Act iv) Political Parties and Organisations Act. v) Electoral Laws (Presidential and Parliamentary) vi) Local Government Act vii) Electoral Commission Act. viii) NRA Statute - Executive - Parliament - Judiciary - Political parties. - The Uganda Law Society. - Civil Society. a) The Government of Uganda b) Uganda Law Society and other Civil Society actors. c) Donors. d) Political parties. February 18 th 2003 – December 2004 Ugandans a)Cessation of harassment and intimidation of Government opponents. b) Extra judicial killings of political opponents of Government stop. c) Illegal arrests and detention stop. d) Police stops dispersing meetings and rallies of the opposition. e) Freedom enjoyed by all Ugandans.