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Price wars

By eriasa mukiibi sserunjogi Besigye unleashes powerful strategy, Museveni reacts On April 7, over 200 leaders of opposition parties gathered at Fairway Hotel in Kampala to launch a boycott of public transport in protest against escalating prices of fuel, food, and other commodities. According to Uganda Bureau of Statistics figures, …

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Why Museveni won and Besigye lost and what can be done for the future

By Andrew M. Mwenda “Where Besigye projected himself as a national statesman, Museveni positioned himself as a local politician. Where Besigye articulated a grand, national vision, Museveni focused on mundane local issues. Besigye came across as idealistic with a high sense of morality; Museveni was realistic, pragmatic and practical if …

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Opinion poll Politics

By eriasa mukiibi sserunjigi How accurate is Museveni’s 66% poll score? IPC survey says Besigye has 60%. Does he? The heated debate over the credibility of the recent pre-2011 election survey by Afrobarometer that gave the incumbent, President Yoweri Museveni, a commanding lead of 66 percent has obscured assessment of …

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