LaRouche in Uganda




former ambassador Dr. Peter Jjumba led a delegation.


Posted By: somtum
Date: Monday, 24 March 2003, 3:00 p.m.

The following emergency declaration was passed on March 23, 2003 by the

participants in the International Conference of the Schiller Institute

in Bad Schwalbach, Germany, coming from 46 countries:

….. Uganda …...

The Tragedy of Africa

Paul Ssemogerere

13 December 1997

Mr. Paul Ssemogerere

 President of the Democratic Party of Uganda

 Speech delivered to the Schiller Institute conference

 December 13, 1997

 Bad Schwalbach, Germany

Mar. 13 2000
Detroit, 11 March 2000 
A group of international observers came to watch the Michigan Democratic 
caucuses on March 11, 2000, because it had been brought to their attention that the 
Democratic National Committee issued a directive that any vote cast for Democratic 
presidential candidate  Lyndon LaRouche, in those caucuses, would not be counted. 

The delegation included Dr. Godfrey Binaisa, former President of Uganda; J. L. Chestnut,

Attorney for Martin Luther King; Amelia Boynton Robinson, recipient of the Martin Luther King

Freedom Medal; Professor Ernst Florian Winter, election observer for the United Nations;

Ortrun Cramer, observer for the International Progress Organization (IPO); and Hunter Huang,

President, National Association for China's Reunification.