The Functioning of Multi- party Democracy in Uganda

This report presents the findings from a one-year research project carried out by the Foundation for Human Rights Initiative (FHRI) on the functioning of multi-party democracy in Uganda. The study examines the extent to which Uganda has transitioned to a fully functioning multi-party democracy. It analyses the functioning of relevant institutions, associations and offices, such as the Electoral Commission, political parties and the three arms of Government. The second part of the report gives an overview of the broader human rights situation in the country during the period 2012 to 2013

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