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Election in Uganda
Bribery, inflation and corruption have many in this East African nation frustrated with their government. Presidential term limits were abolished years ago, and now the government can spend public money without parliamentary approval. Some Ugandans say they won’t go to the polls until President Yoweri Museveni, who has been in power for decades, isn’t on… Read more »
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