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Uganda: Museveni And The Phenomology of History
Ronald Elly Wanda - 9/23/2005
In a referendum on July 28, 2005, the Ugandan electorate were asked to choose whether the state adopts a multiparty political system or continues with the existing mono (movement) arrangement. The result, as expected by the government was an overwhelming support for a multi-party system. According to the Electoral Commission chairman Dr. Badru Kiggundu, 92.5% balloted yes, while only 7.5% objected to altering the system. Understandably, the opposition camp fittingly cited that the outcome was partly due to the fact that a large number of the 8.5 million electors stayed away from the 17,000 pol...



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