Uganda has had five general elections since independence in 1962 with two of them under the current multi-party political dispensation made possible following the results of the 2005 referendum. The introduction of multi-party democracy and the gradual reopening of political space have ensured that elections - regular, free and fair are now the legitimate and main acceptable form of political change of government
This policy briefing paper examines the internal democratic practices within Uganda’s political parties and organizations and illuminates their implications to the country’s pursuits for democratic governance.
A critical component underlying the national budget is the issue of priorities, and the specific concern is how and who sets the priorities? In view of the challenges of resource mobilization and allocation to different national needs, this paper sets out to describe the process of selecting budget priorities in Uganda.
Public spending on climate change in Africa: Experiences from Ethiopia, Ghana, Tanzania and Uganda.