Uganda's presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi, popularly known as Bobi Wine, has said that he will resume campaigning on Thursday, after a meeting with the electoral commission.
He told reporters that he had asked the electoral body to protect opposition politicians from harassment by the security forces.
If they can't do it, they should resign, Bobi Wine said.
He told the commission to ensure that the security forces stop blocking roads and venues to prevent opposition candidates from campaigning.
The police have repeatedly defended themselves, saying they were implementing guidelines to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Bobi Wine suspended his campaign on Tuesday, after his team members were injured as security forces dispersed his supporters in the east of the capital, Kampala.
A policeman belonging to a security detail protecting presidential candidates was also injured.
Uganda will hold its election in January 2021.