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CONTENTS Page ACTIVIST PARTY SYMBOLS
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SUPPLEMENT
Statutory Instrument
No. 44—The Constitution (Declaration of State of MAIN SYMBOL: On Target For
Vigorous Action
Emergency) Proclamation, 2007.

General Notice No. 593 of 2007.
THE POLITICAL PARTIES AND ORGANISATIONS ACT EYE: Symbolising alertness and
NO. 18 OF 2005 ability to see and clearly steer our
SECTION 7(4) Country to the juture.
NOTICE
NOTIFICATION OF APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION
BY ACTIVIST PARTY.
Notice is hereby given by the Electoral Commission in EAR: Symbolising readiness to listen
accordance with Section 7(4) of the Political Parties and to all people irrespective of age, sex,
Organisations AcL No 18 of2005 that Activist Party has applied race, religion and nationality.
for registration as a Political Party with the Name, Slogan and
Colours as specified in the Schedule hereto.
Objection to the said registration should be sent to the
Electoral Commission at Plot 54 Jinja Road P.O. Box
22678, Kampala within 14 days from the date of this notice.
SCHEDULE
Name: Activist Party
Symbols: 1. A Raised right hand with the index finger-tip
and thumb-tip joined to form a target hole or circle.
Symbolising: On Target for vigorous Action.
2. An open Eye: Symbolising alertness and ability
to see and clearly steer our Country to the future.
3. An Ear: Symbolising readiness to listen
to all people irrespective of age, sex, race,
religion and nationality.
4. A white flag bearing a 3 colour triangle
i.e Brown outer layer, blue middle layer
and green inner layer.
Slogan: “FOR VIGOROUS ACTION” “INSTILLING
A SENSE OF RESPONSIBILITY”
The Activist Flag consist of four colours:
Colours: Brown, White, Blue and Green
ACTIVIST PARTY MAIN SYMBOL BROWN: Which spiritually means Apostleship.

BLUE: Means righteous and commitment to protect the
waters of our land.

GREEN: Means peace which we shall continually build
and safeguard.

Issued at Kampala this 1 st day of August, 2007.

Description: “Raised right hand with the index finger and ENG DR BADRU M. KIGGUNDU
thumb tips joined to form a target hole or circle. Chairman, Electoral Commission.