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Norbert Mao

Date of Birth: 12 March 1967


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Four and not out

Norbert Mao the Democratic Party candidate who accuses Besigye of undermining the opposition parties’ independence will run outside the IPC ticket...


Otunnu objects

’ The Democratic Party (DP) has already decided to put up its own man Norbert Mao in the first round of the contest arguing that the opposition unity project is merely a vehicle for FDC leader Kizza Besigye who is widely expected to be chosen as standard-bearer since his party remains by far the most significant in the opposition...


The Museveni machine grinds into gear

The Democratic Party (DP) stays outside the opposition pact seen by its charismatic leader Norbert Mao as a threat to the party’s identity and a vehicle controlled by the FDC...


The opposition on parade

* Norbert Mao Democratic Party (DP): Mao’s DP is building a reputation for irritating the government and winning local and parliamentary elections but few expect a massive breakthrough next year...


The north makes its stand

The latest entrants into next year’s presidential election are both from northern Uganda and not yet signed up to the opposition coalition; they are former member of parliament Norbert Mao for the Democratic Party and former United Nations diplomat Olara Otunnu...


Leaders in waiting

The most ambitious oppositionists are FDC's Gregory Mugisha Muntu and the Democratic Party's Norbert Mao...


Courts and killings

Youthful Norbert Mao should win the DP slot easily but Besigye will face some opposition from within the FDC...


Problematic peace as the Commonwealth meets

On the phone last week Kony told Gulu District Chairman Norbert Mao an influential northern politician and one-time presidential hopeful that Otti was under house arrest...


The new frontlines

Talks organised by the Government of South Sudan and its Vice-President Riek Machar Teny Dhurgon are stuck in semantics but another effort by Ugandan politician Norbert Mao from northern Gulu District is making progress...


Troubled talks

The chairman of Uganda's northern Gulu district Norbert Mao wants to codify traditional reconciliation rituals into Ugandan law hoping to invoke provisions in the ICC statutes that allow a case to be effectively frozen if a country's own justice system is deemed capable of handling suspects...


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