Developing Uganda by Hölger Bernt Hansen, Michael Twaddle

By Hölger Bernt Hansen, Michael Twaddle

Uganda's restoration has been one of many heartening achievements in a continent the place the media have given severe insurance to mess ups. this article assesses no matter if the truth lives as much as the picture which has so inspired the donors. It comprises the influential Roskilde sequence of conferences among Ugandans, lecturers and officers of overseas firms. The luck of the reforms to this point is taken into account, as are the long run customers. North the US: Ohio U Press; Uganda: Fountain Publishers

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A policy of partial demobilization in the 1990s therefore fulfilled several objectives simultaneously. It reduced the likelihood of future infringements of human rights by cleansing the army of known undesirables. It reduced the large numbers of westerners and Baganda still clustering in the rank and file of the NRA (because of the largely western Ugandan and Buganda-based nature of the guerrilla war against Obote 2 and the tyranny of the Okellos which controlled the country in the second half of 1985) without antagonizing these rank and file unduly on explicitly ethnic grounds.

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Despite the technically 'no party' ground rules under which both sets of elections were held, there were basically only two competitors of importance in these elections Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and the National Resistance Movement on one side, and Paulo Semogerere with the combined support of the Democratic Party and the Uganda Peoples' Congress on the other. In retrospect, it might seem that Museveni's side was bound to win both contests. Besides the benefits of incumbency, Museveni clearly profited from the electorate's fears of a resurgence of the earlier instability in the country.

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