What NRM did not learn from 1980 general election

A voter destroys polling material in Kampala following the late delivering of ballot papers on February 18. As it happened in this election, there was the tactic of the late opening and early closing of polling stations in 1980. PHOTO BY MICHAEL KAKUMIRIZI

Firstly, we should take pride in our people, who once again displayed a remarkable faith in the idea of choosing their government. Once again, they went largely unrewarded, except perhaps at the level of local government.

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