Policy brief – Uganda’s electoral politics and electoral reforms

This is a policy brief published by the Great Lakes Institute for Strategic Studies (GLISS).

To explore the debate on Uganda’s electoral politics and electoral law reforms, the paper inter alie presents a series of policy issues underpinning the need for and the kind of reforms but going to depths to examine institutional responsibility and accountability for electoral reforms in the country. To fully comprehend the objectivity and impact of the country’s electoral reform processes, the paper questions the context, sequencing, and commencement of electoral reforms since the country went multiparty.

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