US says weighing options to hold Ugandan security forces accountable for abuses By Reuters

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States is seeking “a range of specific options” to hold accountable Ugandan security forces whom it holds responsible for abuses against opposition candidates and civil society, a State Department spokesman said Tuesday. , Ned Price. Incumbent Yoweri Museveni, a former guerrilla leader who has led the East African country since 1986, was declared the winner of the January 14 election with 59% of the vote, while opposition leader Bobi Wine received 35%. . A crackdown by security forces against Wine supporters in recent months has left dozens dead and hundreds arrested.

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