Kasiano Wadri Ezati the Arua Municipality Member of Parliament says Forum for Democratic Change party disciplinary committee should first crack down on its former party president Col Kizza Besigye for his indiscipline before they talk of disciplining Gen. Mugisha Muntu and Paul Mwiru.
Kasiano Wadri after taking oath at parliament said that even though it was against the party constitution to support independents, Kizza Besigye had set a precedent when he went against the party constitution and campaigned for non- party members Allan Ssewanyana in Makindye west and Mubarak Munyagwa for Kawempe North.
The former Terego county Member of Parliament adds that FDC party wants equity it should first discipline Dr Besigye.
“We must look at the past happenings; we had flag bearers who were fought by the party, so it wasn’t the first of its kind. Let them first bring those people and arraign them to the Party Disciplinary Committee before they begin thinking about Mugisha Muntu,” Said Wadiri.
The legislator now battling treason case together with 33 others further said “If you want justice, then you should be seen delivering justice, start with those who started it before you come for Muntu, if you don’t do that, then we will know you are playing double standards and the public will know them.”
He also accuses his former party for watering this problem, having refused to hold party primaries and opting to handpick flag bearers saying that to contest as an independent was his very painful decision but had nothing to do.
“There were seven candidates who had shown interest within the party and we all demanded for primaries but the party denied us the opportunity to hold primaries and yet in the constitution, there is no provision that if you are elected a flag bearer, you serve for five years.”