"Where Besigye projected himself as a national statesman, Museveni positioned himself as a local politician. Where Besigye articulated a grand, national vision, Museveni focused on mundane local issues. Besigye came across as idealistic with a high sense of morality; Museveni was realistic, pragmatic and practical if not opportunistic."
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Thursday, February 17, 2011
UGANDA'S MAJOUR CHALLENGE IN 2011.
What Uganda needs to change is not just a political party; it needs a social movement whose organisation starts from the village.
Posted by Sanguine at 12:22 AM No comments:
Monday, February 14, 2011
THE MATHS OF THE FEB 18 ELECTIONS.
Using robust data, it is theoretically possible but realistically improbable Besigye can- not just win, but force Museveni to a second round.
Posted by Sanguine at 12:20 AM No comments:
Monday, February 7, 2011
CAN THE US AFFORD A DEMOCRATIC EGYPT?
Past experiences show that America is willing to countenance democracy only when it produces outcomes favourable to its interests.
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Tuesday, February 1, 2011
LESSON FOR UGANDA FROM TUNISIA CRISIS.
The electoral promises President Museveni is making to win elections now – UPE and USE – are creating conditions like those of Ben Ali.
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