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Title:Impact of multiparty politics on local government in Uganda
Authors:Manyak, Terrell G.
Katono, Isaac WasswaISNI
Year:2011
Periodical:African Conflict and Peacebuilding Review (ISSN 2156-7263)
Volume:1
Issue:1
Pages:8-38
Language:English
Geographic term:Uganda
Subjects:multiparty systems
local government
decentralization
revenue allocation
External link:https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2979/africonfpeacrevi.1.1.8
Abstract:Following years of civil strife, Uganda emerged as a 'movement only' State under the National Resistance Movement led by Yoweri Museveni. One of the major innovations of this new government was to implement a strategy of administrative and fiscal decentralization. This experiment was long hailed as an African success story, but the reemergence of multiparty politics in 2006 is having a major impact on local governance. This study traces the development of political parties and local governments in Uganda. It then examines how multiparty politics has resulted in changes that have impacted decisionmaking at the local government level. The study concludes that multiparty politics is leading to fiscal insolvency of local governments, the creation of unviable new district governments, and administrative recentralization. Bibliogr., ref., sum. [Journal abstract]
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