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n African Journal on Conflict Resolution - No-Party Democracy in Uganda, Myths and Realities, Justus Mugaju and Oloka-Onyango (eds.) : book review

Volume 2 Number 1
  • ISSN : 1562-6997

Abstract

The question of democracy, as it relates to the right of people to decide who and how they ought to the governed, still remains one of the thorny issues in African politics. Of course, notwithstanding countries like Botswana, Senegal and South Africa who appear to be consolidating their democratic paths, most African states are still battling with this issue.


The debates as to whether multi-party democracy is an ideal type of political system will surely be part and parcel of African discourse for some time to come. One of the countries in Africa that has been engaged in such a debate both at practical, theoretical and political levels is Uganda. About its no-party democratic system a number of questions are still debated. Is this system relevant? Is it a genuinely African political experiment?

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