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Who should be on next electoral commission?

COMMENT: By Mwambutsya Ndebesa Countries that have been hailed for making headway in democratic transitions respect impartiality Electoral governance is very central in the transition to a democratic dispensation. In fact, the appointment of the electoral commission is a test of whether the country has chosen to take the path …

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Parties underdeveloped Uganda

By Mwambutsya Ndebesa The politics of patronage by Museveni is exactly similar to that of previous UPC governments The Daily Monitor, Tuesday March 15, 2016 under the heading, `Don’t give opposition government business deals—NRM boss’, the NRM Chairman; a one Karangwa, warned Kayunga District officials against awarding any state contracts …

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50 lost years?

By Haggai Matsiko Mayanja Nkangi, Maj. John Kazoora, Godber Tumushabe, Mwambutsya Ndebesa speak of their frustration, fear, and hope On Oct 9 1962 when Uganda attained her independence, Jehoash Mayanja Sibakyalyawo  Nkangi  was 32-years old and the minister of Commerce and Industry in the UPC/Kabaka Yekka government. In an interview …

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