The International Olympic Committee-IOC has approved the resolutions of the recent Uganda Olympic Committee-UOC Extra Ordinary General Assembly.
The International Olympic Committee-IOC has approved the resolutions of the recent Uganda Olympic Committee-UOC Extra Ordinary General Assembly. Denis Galabuzi, the UOC Vice President-Technical told URN this afternoon that IOC has finally written to them approving the resolutions of the assembly. Galabuzi says that they are delighted with the development because they have been waiting for response from IOC in regards to the situation in Uganda.
The Extra Ordinary Assembly banned Roger Hans Ddungu, the former the UOC president for breaching the UOC constitution and IOC charter. Gabaluzi says that with the communication from IOC they can now concentrate on the forthcoming London Olympic. In the letter addressed to the Acting UOC President William Blick and Secretary General Penninah Kabenge, Pere Miro, the IOC NOC Relations Director says that they are happy with all the developments in Uganda and hoped that they will now concentrate on the 2012 Olympics
He says that based on the documents IOC has received, the IOC and ANOCA hereby take note of the outcomes and results of the Extraordinary General Assembly held on 19 May 2012. He asked UOC on behalf of IOC to do its best in the future to ensure unity and harmony within your NOC and within the Olympic and Sports Movement in Uganda for the benefit and the development of sports in the country.
The latest development is big blow to the UOC tribunal led by Justice George Kanyeihamba that was appointed by the banned UOC president. The tribunal is yet to release a report into its findings.
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