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Regime Hegemony in Museveni’s Uganda: Pax Musevenica by J. Rubongoya

By J. Rubongoya

This can be a research of the fight for the recovery of valid energy in Uganda following the 1986 nationwide Resistance Army/Movement (NRA/M) liberation conflict led through President Yoweri Museveni. It addresses the empirical outcomes of legitimacy on energy family and the way this impacts democratization and fiscal development.

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As a matter of fact, by 1964 the UPC had no need for the KY. The UPC’s objectives as outlined above had been met and it was time to dissolve the alliance. The breakup of the UPC/KY alliance resulted from a combination of UPC political intrigue and a split within the KY itself. ” Bunyoro’s claim to these counties, namely, Buhekura, Ebuuru, Buruli, Buyaga, and Bugangaizi, had never ceased. 5 This was a compromise decision made after the governor had turned down DP President Ben Kiwanuka’s intuitive proposal that the “lost counties” issue be resolved before the 1962 general elections and, more importantly, before independence.

This group comprised of foreign entrepreneurs, returning Asian financiers (formerly expelled by Idi Amin), and the traditional patrons of the neopatrimonial class both inside and outside of the NRM. Though the growing and blatant corruption and cronyism involved in the reconstruction of the economic infrastructure were obvious to all, the NRM did little to stop it. In the meantime, unemployment was rising as a result of downsizing of the state and privatization of state enterprises. In the countryside the standard of living was dropping and the cost of living was on the rise.

51 The stateless societies as noted above had less structure and were more democratic owing to the highly decentralized nature of society. The absence of hierarchical, formal political offices meant that clan elders met on an ad hoc basis whenever there were important matters to resolve. Women and young men were excluded from decision making, but the latter acquired more responsibility as they transitioned upward into the category of elders. These societies (compared to the kingdom-states) would experience the most severe changes in the colonial era as the formal institutions of imperial despotism were introduced and (super)imposed on the indigenous social and political institutions.

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