No-Party Democracy in Uganda. Myths and Realities

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ContributionsJustus Mugaju (Editor), Adebayo Olukoshi (Editor)
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FormatPaperback
Number of Pages168
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Open LibraryOL9202216M
ISBN 109970022040
ISBN 109789970022045

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The continuation of no-party democracy has been constitutionalised by the Constituent Assembly of Uganda, causing great controversy. The constitution provided for a referendum to be held in the year to enable Ugandans to revisit the question of political systems and choose between multiparty, no-party and any other form of : Paperback.

The continuation of no-party democracy has been constitutionalised by the Constituent Assembly of Uganda, causing great controversy.

The constitution provided for a referendum to be held in the year to enable Ugandans to revisit the question of political systems and choose between multiparty, no-party and any other form of democracy. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: v, pages ; 21 cm: Contents: Introduction: Revisiting the multiparty versus movement system debate / Justus Mugaju and J.

Oloka-Onyango --An historical background to Uganda's no-party democracy / Justus Mugaju --Political parties, the movement and the referendum on political systems: one.

The book entitled No-Party Democracy in Uganda, Myths and Realities, which was published just before the June referendum, goes a long way towards further expanding on the debates around the movement system (National Resistance Movement) or multi-party democracy.

As indicated in the introduction, the book is a collection of essays (eight. The book entitled No-Party Democracy in Uganda, Myths and Realities, which was published just before the June referendum, goes a long way towards further expanding on the debates around the movement system (National Resistance Movement) or multi-party : Senzo Ngubane.

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Book Review: What is Africa’s Problem?, No-Party Democracy in Uganda: Myths and Realities, Women and Politics in Uganda Article in Journal of Asian. This article investigates empirically the state of Uganda’s historical political parties - the Uganda People’s Congress and the Democratic Party - and shows that the specific organizational forms and strategies that the two parties have adopted are a direct response to the no-party framework and the hegemonic by: This book should be seen as a further contribution to this vigorous debate about the nature and content of democracy in Africa.

It deals specifically with the issues involved in the process of democratic consolidation. No-Party Democracy in Uganda, Myths and Realities Book Review. Kasfir, Nelson (). “Movement’ Democracy, Legitimacy and Power in Uganda.” In Justus Mugaju and Joe Oloka-Onyango (eds), No-Party Democracy in Uganda: Myths and Realities.

Kampala: Fountain. Google ScholarAuthor: Godfrey B. Asiimwe. Book Review: What is Africa’s Problem?, No-Party Democracy in Uganda: Myths and Realities, Women and February Journal of Asian and African studies Joshua B.

RubongoyaAuthor: MARGARET SNYDER. No-party Democracy in Uganda: Myths and Realities Justus Mugaju, Joseph Oloka-Onyango Snippet view - When Things Fell Apart: State Failure in Late-Century Africa. Wapakhabulo, James F. Movement democracy in Uganda: Origins, progress, challenges and prospects.

In No-party democracy in Uganda; Myths and Realities, eds. Justus Mugaju and Oloka Onyango, Kampala: Fountain Publishers. Google ScholarCited by: 4. Chapters 1 and 2 of the book lay the framework for understanding no-party democracy. In the first chapter, Carbone shows the historical confluence between ethnicity and religion in creating and consolidating cleavages in Uganda's body politic, both before and after the achievement of independence.

This book is the first major study in several decades to consider Uganda as a nation, from its precolonial roots to the present day. Here, Richard J. Reid examines the political, economic, and social history of Uganda, providing a unique and wide-ranging examination of its turbulent and dynamic past for all those studying Uganda's place in African history and African by: 5.

No-party Democracy; Building a No-Party State in Uganda. The Political Economy of Support for the New Regime. Museveni’s Political Trajectory. The Movement: A Partisan Organization in Disguise. The State of the Old Parties in a No-Party State.

The Electoral Politics of No-Partyism. The Parliamentary Politics of No-Partyism. "Political Parties, the Movement and the Referendum on Political Systems in Uganda: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back," in Justus Mugaju and J. Oloka-Onyango (eds), No-Party Democracy in Uganda: Myths and Realities.

Cited by: The Democratic Party (Swahili: Chama cha Kidemokrasia; DP) is a moderate conservative political party in Uganda led by Norbert DP was led by Paul Ssemogerere for 25 years until his retirement in November John Ssebaana Kizito replaced Ssemogerere, and led the party until Februarywhen Norbert Mao was elected party president.

In the general Ideology: Conservatism, Liberal conservatism. ACACIA STANTEX PUBLISHERS, DELAY PB GBP ===== & Oloka-Onyango, J. (Eds.) NO-PARTY DEMOCRACY IN UGANDA. Myths and Realities The eight contributors, including Professor Ali Mazrui, examine the case for and against multipartyism, the justification for no-party democracy as well as its myths and realities, and the wider.

No-party democracy in Uganda: myths and realities / ed. by Justus Mugaju and J. Oloka-Onyango Date: Editeur / Publisher: Kampala: Fountain Publ, cop. No-party Democracy: Myths and Realities, Fountain Publisher’s Kampala, Museveni,Y.K; What is Africa’s Problem, Speeches and Writings on Africa NRM Publications Kampala, Museveni,Y.K; Sowing the Mustard Seed: The Struggle for Freedom and Democracy in Uganda.

Recent Publications. Joseph Bafumi. Victoria Schuck Award for Best Book on Women in Politics, "Movement, Democracy, Legitimacy and Power in Uganda," in No-Party Democracy in Uganda: Myths and Realities, Mugaju and Oloka-Onyango.

Hostile to Democracy: The Movement System and Political Repression in Uganda by Human Rights Watch; No-Party Democracy in Uganda: Myths and Realities by Justus Mugaju, J. Oloka-Onyango; What Is Africa's Problem. by Yoweri K. Museveni. 4 Justus Mugaju, An Historical Background to Uganda’s No -Party Democracy, in No Party Democracy in Uganda, Myths and Realities (Eds: Justus Mugaju and.

No-party Democracy in Uganda Myths and Realities, Justus Mugaju, Joseph Oloka-Onyango,Education, pages. The continuation of no-party democracy has been constitutionalised by the Constituent Assembly of Uganda, causing. Using the phenomenon of public interest litigation (PIL) as the primary focus of analysis, this book explores the manner in which the judicial branch of government in the three East African states of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda has engaged with questions traditionally off-limits to adjudication and court-based resolution.

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36, no.2, July File Size: 42KB. From Nigeria to Zimbabwe, Kenya to the Ivory Coast and Uganda to Cameroon, the writing is on the wall. The experiment with democracy has blatantly taken a dangerous nosedive. There is a crisis of honest, committed and democratic leadership, in spite of the advancements in education and intellectualism of the populace, and despite the influences.

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On June 29the referendum was held regarding a return to a multi-party system or not. Support for the no-party "movement" system received an overwhelming 90 % of the votes. However, less than 50% of the electorate turned up to vote at all, and critics claim this is a sign of no support of the Museveni no-party system.

Yoweri Museveni's National Resistance Movement took power in Uganda in and established what it called 'movement' or 'no-party' democracy. Reacting to a history of ethnic conflict-prone parties, the NRM aimed at transforming electoral politics into individual rather than organisational competition.

Party activities became subject to strict limitations. Mazrui AA (). Religious Strangers in Uganda: From Emin Pasha to Amin Dada. African affairs 76() Crossref: Mugaju J, Oloka-Onyango J ().

No-Party Democracy in Uganda: myths and realities. Fountain Pub Limited. Mutibwa PM (). Uganda since independence: a story of unfulfilled hopes.

Africa World Press. Nakayi R ().Author: A Mahajubu, P Khanakwa, F Musisi. Uganda Protectorate. African Education in Uganda: being the report of a committee set up by His Excellency the Governor to study and make recommendations on the future of African education in the Uganda Protectorate.

Entebbe: Government Printer,   Multi-party, no-party: Uganda's choice. Museveni says the controversial system has brought stability. By Anna Borzello in Kampala. Thursday's referendum presents Ugandans with the choice between retaining the current "no-party" (or "Movement") system of government, and returning to multi-party rule.

Ultimate democracy. The Case of Yoweri Museveni and No-Party Democracy in Uganda Giovanni Carbone Università degli Studi di Milano1 The widespread adoption of electoral politics in virtually all world regions during the last part of the twentieth century has been accompanied by the emergence, in a number of reformed countries, of a new form of leadership.

Assessing this aspect of Uganda’s “no party democracy” has been a primary goal in much recent work by political scientists on Uganda including Kasfir (), Carbone (), Ocitti (), Bratton and Lambright (), and Ottemoeller ().

continent. Many states, including Rwanda and Ghana, have supported a similar no-party model of democracy. Although their systems were often considered de facto one-party states, no-party systems are different in theory from their one-party counterparts, and the case of Uganda highlights some of these differences.

Uganda is a good example of the. Mugaju J, Oloka-Onyango J (). No-Party Democracy in Uganda: myths and realities. Fountain Pub Limited. Mutibwa PM (). Uganda since independence: a story of unfulfilled hopes.

Africa World Press. Nakayi R ().Author: A Mahajubu, P Khanakwa, F Musisi.In Uganda, the competition will center upon establishing the rules of the electoral game, as a long-time ruler works to tilt the playing field in his favor.

Understanding the political background of each election allows for a richer narrative in the journey toward democratic consolidation.Uganda's leadership has been identified from two arms: military and political different rebellion in the country was a reflection of military, military coups and extra judicial killings left the social economic field in disarray let alone brain drain and expulsion of the entrepreneurial skill that would develop the economy Creating black lization.

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