Uganda Steps to Multi-party System!
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The LRA ghost still frightens the country, while the authorities try to enter a new phase of multi-party elections in 2011.
In spite of the rising objections that express fears of the future and explain it was too early for the country to enter multi-party system, President Yoweri Museveni decided to fulfil the goals of the 2005 referendum that established an open vision for the multi-party elections.
The Ugandan authorities prepare for the multi-party elections scheduled to take effect on 2011, while the LRA ghost still frightens the country. This causes objections to rise and those who object express fears of the future and explain that it is too early for the country to enter multi-party system.
However, President Yoweri Museveni decided to fulfil the goals of the 2005 referendum that established an open vision for the multi-party elections in hope that it will solve many political complications.
The people who object say the political parties in Uganda were the cause of the violence and the unrest in the country for several decades since the independence from Britain in 1962.
In the other hand, the supporters of the political system shift suggest that it is the only way to solve political complications, as democracy always enriches the entire political experience anywhere.
Well, the complete political topics in this country are on the following few links below. In addition, this page links also to the rest of the sitemaps on HOA's Political Scene Network. Please take your time to read them and contribute to this network. Thanks.The First Pages on Uganda in HOA's Network:
_ This is what you are reading now. Getting optimistic to solve political problems, Uganda prepares for good multi-party system. However, challenges under the Ugandan political bridge encourage politicians to make good changes!
* Uganda Country Profile
_ provides information about the country's history, geography, population, government, economy, natural resources and human resources and political development.
* Uganda Political Scene
_ Some challenges in the country make the political scene full of expected overall changes to better the lives of the people and to speed more actions for the prosperity of the country.
* Uganda Political Problems
_ Calls on all levels explain that, only after positive changes to the political system and good economical shift to stability, the country's political problems will fade away and the people will enjoy peace.
* Ugandan Political Refugees
_ As the country hosts political refugees from many countries, it has also some thousands of refugees whose numbers escalated after the crises of the LRA and other political crises.
* Ugandan News
_ highlights the recent political development in the country, analyses the political currents and explores the late political changes in the country since the last century.
* Lord's Resistance Army
_ highlights In spite of news that says the LRA was defeated totally, other sources says (LRA) continues wars, killing, abducting, raping women and children and escalates the deterioration of the political situation in the country.The 14 Primary Site Maps on HOA Political Scene:The 13 Secondary Sitemaps Readers and Visitors have Built on HOA Political Scene:
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