By Benjamin Jumbe.
The second Inter-party Organisation for Dialogue (IPOD) summit will be held next week in Lira district.
Frank Rusa, the Executive Secretary of IPOD and country representative of Netherland Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD), says taking the summit to Lira is meant to ensure Ugandans appreciative IPOD activities.
IPOD brings together political parties represented in parliament. Current IPOD members are; Democratic Party (NRM), National Resistance Movement (NRM), Forum for Democratic Change (FDC), Uganda Peoples’ Congress (UPC) and Justice Forum (JEEMA).
The first summit was held in December last year at Speke Resort, Munyonyo was attended by all party leaders, except FDC’s Patrick Oboi Amuriat and his delegation.