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by Justus Mugaju,J. Oloka-Onyango,Adebayo Olukoshi

  • ISBN: 9970022040
  • Author: Justus Mugaju,J. Oloka-Onyango,Adebayo Olukoshi
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  • Language: English
  • Pages: 168
  • Publisher: Fountain Publ.; First Edition, First Printing edition (January 1, 2004)
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  • Category: Politics
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In Justus Mugaju and Joe Oloka-Onyango (eds), No-Party Democracy in Uganda: Myths and Realities. Oloka-Onyango, Joe (1996). Reflections on the Uganda Elections: A New Dispensation or Back to Zero. Basime, Felix and Julius Mucunguzi (2001). Conference Paper, Kampala: DENIVA, October. Oloka-Onyango, Joe (2000). New Wine or New Bottles? Movement Politics and One Partyism in Uganda. In Justus Mugaju and Joe Oloka-Onyango (eds), No-Party Democracy in Uganda: Myths and Realities. Ozler, Serife (2008).

The book entitled No-Party Democracy in Uganda, Myths and Realities, which was published just before the June 2000 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) by various African academics and politicians. In Chapter two Justus Mugaju outlines Uganda’s political history with the aim of reflecting the context within which the movement system was introduced in Uganda.

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No-Party Democracy in Uganda: Myths and Realities. Since then Uganda has consistently been one of the fastest growing economies in Africa, leading to a substantial reduction in poverty

No-Party Democracy in Uganda: Myths and Realities. Mugaju, J. (2004) No-Party Democracy in Uganda: Myths and Realities, Fountain Books, Kampala. Since then Uganda has consistently been one of the fastest growing economies in Africa, leading to a substantial reduction in poverty. This book helps explain how this economic transformation was brought about. Uganda's success has arguably had more influence on development thinking and on the international aid architecture than any other country.

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Joe Oloka-Onyango is a Ugandan lawyer and academic. He is a Professor of Law at Makerere University School of Law where he has also formerly been Dean and Director of the Human Rights and Peace Centre (HURIPEC)

Joe Oloka-Onyango is a Ugandan lawyer and academic. He is a Professor of Law at Makerere University School of Law where he has also formerly been Dean and Director of the Human Rights and Peace Centre (HURIPEC). He is married to Prof Sylvia Tamale, also a lawyer, academic and activist. They have two sons; Kwame Sobukwe Ayepa and Samora Okech Sanga.

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Among African countries, Uganda is unique in its affirmative action program for women. The book examines how women have adapted their legislative strategies for empowerment in light of Uganda’s patriarchal history and social structure. No-party Democracy in Uganda: Myths and Realities

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Mugaju Justus and Oloka-Onyango ed. No-Party Democracy in Uganda: Myths and Realities, Fountain Publishers, Kampala 2000. Ochieng'- Odhiambo, Handbook on Some Social-Political Philosophers, Consolata Institute of Philosophy Press, Nairobi 1994. Odera H. Oruka Sage Philosophy (1990; . SegunGbadegesin; African Philosophy: Traditional Yoruba Philosophy and ContemporaryAfrican Realities; Peter Lang, New York 1991. Serequeberhan, Tsenay, ed. (1991). African Philosophy: The Essential Readings.

The continuation of no-party democracy has been constitutionalised by the Constituent Assembly of Uganda, causing great controversy. The 1995 constitution provided for a referendum to be held in the year 2000 to enable Ugandans to revisit the question of political systems and choose between multiparty, no-party and any other form of democracy. 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 ideological implications of movement politics in the Great Lakes region. They also explore the possibilities of bridging the gap between movementists and multipartyists in order to adopt a political system based on the widest consensus possible among the people in Uganda.

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