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A new ruthless, ambitious political group and why you should watch the 10th Parliament

About two years ago, a senior member of the NRM (National Resistance Movement), the ruling party, approached me at the stairs of eastern side entrance into Parliament. 655 more words

Parliament Of Uganda

HRNJ-Uganda alert, Police and President’s representative arrest radio station manager for criticizing the President.

Gulu, 22nd/July/2015; Police and the Resident District Commissioner (RDC) for Gulu District in Northern Uganda, on 21st July 2015 arrested Payira Bonny a radio talk-show host who is also the Programmes Manager of Jal Fresh FM, for allegedly using abusive language against the Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni during a one hour talk-show which discussed political developments in the country. 433 more words

Alerst And Stories

Amama Mbabazi Arrested in Ugandan Presidential Bid

On Thursday, presidential aspirant Amama Mbabazi was arrested in Jinja town and brought to Kira Road Police Station in Kampala. Supporters and journalists flocked to the police station and in the high tension atmosphere, physical altercations between the police and Mbabazi supporters broke out. 96 more words

East Africa

HUMOR:UAH'S JOHN NSUBUGA INTERVIEWS PRESIDENT MUSEVENI

This is a serialised interview.

JN- Mr President, thank you for accepting to avail your self for this interview. Let me also use this opportunity to congratulate you for having been re-elected president of Uganda, although I do not recognise your presidency. 1,691 more words

Corruption

Museveni's Riddle In His Madaraka Day Speech

Madaraka Day celebrations ended at around two in the afternoon at Nyayo Stadium, Nairobi where Yoweri Museveni was the only invited president present in the occasion that saw no major incidence. 259 more words

Burundi and the Challenges of Evaluating Peace-building Success

Guest post by David E. Cunningham

Recent events in Burundi, where President Pierre Nkurunziza’s decision to seek a third term led to large protests and an unsuccessful coup attempt, bring up important questions about peace-building in post-conflict settings. 749 more words

Civil War

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"...Burundi is by no means unique in this regard in post-conflict settings..." - original author